A well-crafted appetizer is the perfect way to make sure your guests won’t go hungry so you can focus on fully-filled wine glasses and good conversation. Our restaurants collected their tried-and-true entertaining bites to make your life a little easier. We wish you a stress-free holiday season filled with good food and great company.
Perfect for Dipping
The Shrimp Cocktail from Mon Ami Gabi features a cocktail sauce that has a serious kick. Serve in individual cups so your guests can easily walk around while they dip. Click here for the Shrimp Cocktail recipe.
It’s a classic for a reason. The Kale and Artichoke Fondue from Wildfire is the perfect bowl of melty cheese for your guests to gather around. Click here for the Kale and Artichoke Fondue recipe.
Every party needs a little crunch. In walks the Coco’s Coconut Shrimp from Three Dots and a Dash. Dip in Orange Sweet & Sour Sauce for an optimal flavor boost. Click here for the Coco’s Coconut Shrimp recipe.
Anything that fits on a skewer is the perfect pre-dinner snack for guests that are too busy gabbing to grab a plate. Wildfire‘s Moroccan Chicken Skewers work best dipped into an ancho mayonnaise or your favorite aioli. Click here for the Moroccan Chicken Skewers recipe.
Fun Toast Toppings
Because goat cheese is always a good idea, our friends at Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba have created the Cana de Cabra Pintxo. This simple crostini is the perfect bite to hold your guests over until dinner. Click here for the Cana de Cabra Pintxo recipe.
Careful you don’t eat all of these bacon-wrapped Medjool dates stuffed with savory Calabrian sausage before your guests arrive. N’ duja Stuffed Dates from Osteria Via Stato make the perfect sweet and savory holiday bite. Click here for the N’duja Stuffed Dates recipe.
Sometimes the best appetizer is the one that’s easiest to whip together. With pimento cheese, hot links, and saltines, the Trucker Snacks from Bub City are the perfect candidate. Click here for the Trucker Snacks recipe.
This healthy Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts appetizer from Beatrix is sure to hit the spot with its pickled Fresno chilies, Kung Pao sauce, ginger and garlic. Click here for the Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts recipe.