Company dinner parties are a great way to celebrate a holiday, show client appreciation, or reward employees’ hard work and success. La Navona in Columbus, Ohio can accommodate corporate groups of 40 to 250. Plus, our professional coordinators can help you select the food and beverages as well as linens or other decorations needed to create the right tone to get your colleagues in the mood to party.
Food is an integral part of any occasion, and our all-inclusive packages offer menu selections that are sure to please even the pickiest palates. From buffets to family-style meals or individually plated dinners, all of our delicious menus include your choice of any two hors d’oeuvres, any two entrées and any two sides.
So start the night off right with some light appetizers and cocktails, followed by house salad and artisan bread, then dive fork first into the main course—and we always suggest finishing the evening with a sweet dessert.
Hors d’oeuvres choices include:
Entrée choices include:
Bar packages include an open bar or host bar with bartender service, or a cash bar. La Navona can also provide drink tickets, with the bar switching to cash once the tickets have been redeemed.
Beverage choices include:
Dessert options include:
Check out the All-Inclusive Packages for descriptions of what’s included in each menu option and pricing.
Want to know how to throw a successful client appreciation party? Give your customers a special night to remember with delicious food, creative cocktails, and great conversation. La Navona can accommodate parties of 40 to 250, so tell your clients to bring a few friends.
A customer who feels appreciated is more likely to stay with your company for the long haul and recommend you to others, and a party is a nice way to say thank you for their business. The goal of a client appreciation party is not only to have an incredible time, but also strengthen client relationships, encourage networking, and get some qualified referrals.
Holiday parties not only show employee appreciation, they’re also important for employee morale. Just like customers, employees want to be acknowledged for their commitment to the company, not to mention their hard work. Create a positive company culture by hosting a Christmas party, Fourth of July celebration, or another holiday bash.
Holiday gatherings are a great way for newer employees to get to know coworkers, and established employees can mingle with people they don’t normally get to talk to because they work in different departments, on different floors or even in different offices. Let your employees bring a significant other and get to know them on a more personal level.
Celebrate your employees’ personal workplace milestones to show that you value their contributions to the company. Depending on the size, you can reward the entire company, a specific department, or single out individual achievements. One great way to reward a large group is with a special luncheon or dinner banquet that recognizes their outstanding accomplishments at work.
Everyone likes to be appreciated, and employees want to know that their work is having an impact on the company’s success. Plus, showing appreciation when colleagues reach workplace milestones can have positive results such as increased employee loyalty, drive and productivity. If your sales team exceeded their sales goal for the quarter or someone has a big work anniversary coming up, why not throw a company party that everyone will remember? They are sure to appreciate it!