Edibles-n-Such, Inc. is a Black-owned business, owned by Gail Billings, that has been serving the Greater Cincinnati Area for more than 30 years.
The services that are provided by Edibles-n-Such range from breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon and evening receptions as well as dinners. Catering can be arranged for delivery, pickup, delivery and set-up, staff with disposables, or white plate service with linen and china. A bar service can also be arranged.
Let Edibles-n-Such personalize a menu for your catering needs to make it easier for you. If you have not selected a location for your catering needs, in most cases, Edibles-n-Such can help with that by referring locations where we have previously worked. They also work with select vendors such as flowers, photo and videographers, and event planners.
Some of the occasions that have been catered by their staff are wedding receptions, wedding and baby showers, repast and church functions, tea parties, boxed lunches and dinners, club functions, family reunions and corporate catering.
When President Clinton ran for re-election, Edibles-n-Such had the opportunity to feed him during a campaign event at Cincinnati Music Hall. Cincinnati Enquirer’s Food Editor, Chuck Martin, wrote an article about the opportunity. Edibles-n-Such has also fed performers at the Taft Theatre, Music Hall, and The Aronoff Center.
Some of Edibles-n-Such’s Corporate Clients:
- UC Health
- University of Cincinnati
- Cincinnati Board of Health
- Greater Cincinnati Foundation
- Closing the Health
- Urban League
- The Cincinnati Health Collaborative
- African American Chamber
- USA Regional Chamber
- American Red Cross
Some of the Organization:
- Multi-Cultural Awareness at Music Hall
- AKA & Delta Sororities
- Top Ladies of Distinction
- Cincinnati Medical Association
- Alphas Fraternities
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