Atlasta is more than just the best catering and events company in Arizona. Atlasta is a culture, a way of rethinking our world, a place for family, and a force for positive change. We are proud of our long Arizona history, what we are accomplishing, and the direction that we are headed. We invite you to join us; we will provide you with the best catering and events in Arizona while making positive impact in the world. Atlasta is committed to being the best and making the world a better place. Read on.
How it all started.
Atlasta has been crafting great food and creating lasting memories for over thirty years. Atlasta has grown from a modest six-burner, one room organization to leading the way in Arizona catering with impressive production facilities, responsive staffing, dependable training, and impeccable execution. Through its growth and development, Atlasta has been consistently ranked by the Arizona Business Journal, featured in Arizona Food & Lifestyle, lauded by numerous community organization. We are proud and honored to continually set the highest standards for catering and event services.
Who we are: Our Culture
Atlasta stands out from other caterers and event companies. Why? We are more than just caterers. Atlasta has a deep-rooted culture and foundation of excellence that guides every team member and drives our desire to be the best for you, our community, our environment, and our future.
Where we are going: Our Ethics
We make food; we produce chef-inspired, responsible, and amazing food. We do events; we create long-lasting memories. We want to keep doing that. Not surprisingly, other companies want to do the same. What sets us apart? Atlasta is on a mission to affect positive change. We are the most progressive, forward-thinking, sustainable, and ethical company in the catering space. We are asking the hard questions, forming partnerships, and charting a new ethical course for the catering industry.
Chef and owner Steve Short has been featured in Arizona Food and Lifestyles “Chef’s and Their Kids” issue, The Business Journal’s 40 under 40 business people issue, Phoenix New Times, the Arizona Republic, Arizona Foothills, Arizona Trends and on News Channels 3, 5, 10, 12 and 15.
Most recently, Steve was a speaker at the Reynolds Center Covering the Green Economy seminar held at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Much of the discussion revolved around Atlasta’s commitment to building an environmentally ethical catering business.