February 09 • 2017
Tell us a little bit about you & your business.
Espresso Dave’s celebrates its 22nd year in business providing espresso carts, specialty coffee bars at weddings, brunches, showers, after-parties, and special events. We’re based on the New Hampshire Seacoast and we love working with brides and grooms throughout New England.
Whether you’re serving a grand, multi-tiered wedding cake, cupcake tower or other specialty dessert, our cappuccinos and espressos will perfectly complement your reception’s final course.
Describe the range of services you offer.
We offer hand-crafted, hot, cold, iced and frozen espresso-based drinks including cappuccinos, espressos, lattes and mochaccinos. We also provide frozen fruit smoothie bars, hot chocolate bars, and Italian soda bars. And, we are the exclusive vendor for Beverage Toppers, the unique way to monogram drinks.
What is one thing you would say makes your business unique in the industry?
We are unique in the industry being the first fully mobile espresso caterer in the Northeast. We started Espresso Dave’s 22 years ago!
How far in advance to couples usually book you for their wedding day?
Most couples book our service a year in advance. However, we’re happy to try to accommodate last minute requests for espresso cart service.
How do most clients find you?
On the web and personal referrals.
Any additional information you think our readers would find valuable.
I’m also known as “Barista to the Stars”! Our company is the preferred coffee service to many of the Hollywood productions done in Boston and around New England. We’ve served Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Adam Sandler, Steve Martin, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Cameron Diaz, Rob Lowe, Jason Segel, Kevin Bacon, and Matthew McConaughey, to name a few stars. We also were part of the winning team on TLC’s reality show, Four Weddings.
How can couples get in touch with you?
Call 888-221-9029 for a consultation or go to our website at www.espressodave.com/weddings where you’ll find an easy-to-use quote request form.
[Photo: Rick Bouthiette]