Pink Sub, known as one of the best and unique sandwich shops in Wilton Manors, closed their doors in December 2017, with a planned move to the Oakland Park dining district. While their re-opening has been delayed due to construction issues and permitting problems with the city, their catering services are still going strong.
Pink Catering, owned by Executive General Manager Dawn Holloway, and business manager Christopher Wirth, is an offshoot of their original sub shop. They offer catering services for any party, large or small. In addition to their sandwich platters, wraps, and delicious sides, they can create any kind of menu for your next event. They can deliver the food to your home or office for your party, or they can provide you with catering staff, servers, and much more to create the perfect compliment to your holiday event.
Pink Catering, Pink Sub, and their next venture, Pink Concierge, will be coming to Oakland Park soon. After months of planning and reorganizing, they have finally located the perfect spot for their next location, which will be at 3560 NE 12th Avenue, next to the Oakland Park City Hall. The Oakland Park entertainment district consists of many businesses like Dick’s Barbershop, Funky Buddha Brewery, CJ’s Comics, Tatts and Tacos, and many more. The City of Oakland Park offers fun block parties and other events in the local area, so this location will be much more favorable to them as they return to the area and sell their signature subs, wraps, and bowls. In addition to their highly rated lunches, they will also offer breakfast at their new location, as well as pop-up dinners, where guests will enjoy some of their more elegant menu items.
Visit pinksub.com today and register for their VIP guest list, so you can receive updates about their grand opening celebrations, as well as invitations to their pop-up dinners and more great incentives. For their catering services, please call Dawn at 954-320-0748, and she can help you come up with the perfect menu. When you need elegant catering without all the fuss, “Think Pink!”