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chez vous caters it’s 10th Village Voice Siren Music Festival.


For the past 10 years The Village Voice’s Siren Festival has provided the shores of Brooklyn it’s very own large scale outdoor music festival. With acts ranging from Spank Rock and The New York Dolls to The Shins and Built To Spill, Siren is considered one of the Big Boys on the festival circuit. Garnering write ups from Spin.com and Rolling Stone Magazine (click for photos of the festival) The Village Voice has put together an annual event that is both highly entertaining and highly credible in the eyes of music industry insiders.

Throughout the decade-long history of the festival, chez vous caterers have been backstage providing food to all of the show’s VIP attendees. Since the very first Sirenfest in 2001, we’ve been proud contributors to this excellent representation of music in Brooklyn. chez vous provides all of the band members lunch and dinner, including all of the musician’s special rider requests.

chez vous provides traditional backstage fare; tents, tables, linens, and props. Highlights from this year’s menu backstage at Coney Island include: Grilled Veggies, Potato & String Bean Salad, Classic Caesar Salad, Cracked Pepper Carved Roast, Tequila and Lime Glazed Grilled Chicken and Quinoa Primavera.

For more information about the festival, which we expect to cater for years to come, please visit the village voice’s official siren ,website.

Chez Vous at SirenFest!


Here at Chez Vous caterers and Dock Stree ‘On Location’ we are very excited to be a part of this year’s Siren Music Festival (also known as SirenFest if you’re hip enough.) On Saturday July 18th, We’ll be backstage providing some amazing food and ambiance for the performers.  What is it that makes this job stand out from any other catering gig?

The SirenFest is  an event that draws fans of the indie and experimental rock that comprises the bulk of Sirenfest’s performers, as the concert itself is held in high esteem for its high-quality sound and performances and for being free of charge. In other words, it’s kind of a big deal.

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