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No, the catering kitchen is intended for catering purposes only. This area is not intended to be used for cooking of any food products. Email Roxanne Wolfe or call at 952-548-6486 for any questions or for more information.
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If you are not having a cash bar or charging admission to your event you can select a caterer of your choice, as long as they can provide a copy of their license and liability insurance. If the renting organization / individual would like to have a cash bar to serve alcohol, or to charge admission to an event, the renting organization / individual is required to hire the services of one of the Arts Center approved caterers. This caterer must provide both the food and alcohol. Please request this list if you will be serving alcohol at a cash bar.
Food and beverages must be kept in the rented room or space. Food and beverages are not allowed in the theater or dance studio. All requests to use the lobby for catering must be approved in writing. The Hopkins Center for the Arts reserves the right to coordinate and determine the number and placement of catering stations in the lobby or other common use areas. Requests to use the lobby for catering stations must be made in writing 30 days prior to the event.
Email Roxanne Wolfe or call at 952-548-6486 for any questions or for more information.
The following products are prohibited in the Hopkins Center for the Arts:
Caterers are responsible for all table coverings. Caterers are also expected to provide all plates, silverware, and glassware for tables.
All payments must be made prior to the start of the event.