Butler’s Boardroom, the drop-off corporate catering division of Butler’s Pantry, is reinventing the menu for catering designed for delivery. Reimagining office meals in St. Louis, Butler’s Boardroom now offers curated dining experiences to enrich company culture and boost employee morale.

With a focus on health, portion control and minimizing waste, in-house registered dietitian and nutritionist Claire Domian weighed in on flavorful cuisine to fuel even the hungriest of appetites.

From energizing breakfasts and engaging themed lunches, to expansive cuisine for dietary needs, and smart snacks to power any meeting, the new menu is combined with the same quality of food and dependability of service that St. Louis counts on from Butler’s Pantry.

Branded themed events, corporate lunches and meetings and gatherings of all sizes are sure to be nutritious and delicious.

“We are proud of our status as innovators and leaders in our industry,” says Richard Nix Jr., president of Butler’s Pantry. “Discerning foodie palates, consistent with our own commitment to provide St. Louis residents with the freshest ingredients and unique offerings, led us to reinvent the corporate catering market. Office meals sure don’t have to be a cold turkey sandwich served in a Styrofoam box. Our new look proves that companies can invest in catered meals that optimize their investment with clients and staff.”

Butler’s Pantry reached out to local businesses in various industries to identify opportunities in St. Louis’ corporate catering market. Now, Butler’s Boardroom focuses on portions of meals, variety of healthy options, dietary preferences, eco-friendly packaging, and minimized waste.

“Butler’s Pantry chefs cook lunch for our employees each day,” Nix added. “It’s an important part of our company culture and fosters an environment that excites everyone to return the next day. We want to share that with our hard-working members in the community.”

Providing company meals has been shown to improve the productivity and health of the employees, serves as a strong recruiting tool and impacts a company’s top and bottom line.

Butler’s Boardroom cuisine features such choices as Beef Tenderloin on a Pretzel Roll with caramelized onions and horseradish cream and a Vegan Wrap with seasonal veggies, house-made avocado spread and house-made hummus.

Butler’s Pantry offers more than 40 preferred venues in its portfolio and seven brands within the family, including Palladium Saint Louis, a piece of history brought back to life in Lafayette Square; Joule, a multipurpose event space featuring modern-industrial design, sleek décor, exposed brick and two-story windows overlooking St. Louis’ historic Lafayette Square; and Piccione Pastry, a unique late-night Italian pastry shop in St. Louis’ historic Delmar Loop.

On June 16, Piccione Pastry celebrated National Cannoli Day. For one day only, Piccione Pastry brought back 23 of St. Louis’ favorite crazy cannoli flavors, such as Red Velvet Cake, Maple Bacon and S’mores. Known for its authentic, Italian cannoli, Piccione Pastry keeps crowd favorites on the roster year-round, including Gooey Butter Cannoli and Chocolate Chip.