Canvas Personal Chef Services

Canvas Personal Chef Services is a Gourmet Personal Chef company that was established in 2009 by Executive Chef Mark Davis Jr. A graduate from a top culinary school he has since then sky-rocketed to the top of his field, working with some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Harrah’s Casino in St. Louis, Missouri and Ruth Chris Steak House Atlanta.

We have a team of Culinary trained chefs who specialize in solving problems, such as creating quality meals for people too busy to cook for themselves or for people who have special dietary needs. We provide personal chef services were we prepare and package meals for the week are come to your location and cook daily onsite. We also cater events such as weddings, office parties, dinner parties and corporate event. We offer cooking class and chef demos which is a big hit with our clients. We also provide dinner for 2 which we come and cook a 3 course meals and serve clients like as if they were at a restaurant. We also enjoy giving back to the community; we recently donated services to the newly opened Big Brother Big Sister Program.

Canvas Personal Chef Services, the most exquisite personal chef and catering company in the industry. We take catering services to a whole new level. Our model is that every dish is presented like a “Portrait on a Plate”! We have a team of culinary trained chefs that strive in customer services and food presentation and believe that every event should stand out leaving your guest amazed over your Spectacular Event.

If interested in service please email us back to arrange an appointment.

Summer Weather Equals Rooftop Bars

The weather is now warm and sunny, which means that we do not just want to drink indoors anymore. The warm weather is making us think of having a nice cocktail at one of NYC’s top rooftop bars tonight. However, we have so many to choose from, which is why we decided to make a list of our 5 favorite rooftop bars.

5 – The Empire Hotel Rooftop

44 W 63rd St
Upper West Side
New York

4 – Soaked at the Mondrian Soho

9 Crosby St
(between Grand St & Howard St)
New York, NY 10013

3 -  Hudson Terrace

621 West 46th Street

New York, NY 10036

2 – Press Lounge

Ink 48 Hotel
653 11th Avenue

New York, NY 10036

1 – Salon de Ning

The Peninsula Hotel
700 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10019

Graduation Party!

It’s that time of year when hardworking students will be throwing their caps in the air in celebration! Graduation is a milestone and one of the most important days in a person’s life. It marks years of hard work and the start of a new beginning. A graduation party is a wonderful time for family and friends to get together, have a good time, and show pride in their graduate!! If you’re planning a grad party we’ve got you covered! Here are some tips to help you get started.

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Happy First Day of Spring!

Happy first day of spring!

The trees are budding, the days are getting longer , and the  coats are being packed away.  We’ve got a dozen of the best ways to party this season!

New York Botanical Garden Orchid Show

“The Orchid Show: Patrick Blanc’s Vertical Gardens”

The New York Botanical Garden explodes into a tropical floral extravaganza for the 11th annual Orchid Show. Banish your winter blues as you take in the thousands of blooms on display. This year the design, by staffer Francisca Coelho, thoughtfully incorporates trees felled by Hurricane Sandy., New York Botanical Gardens ,March 3rd – April 22nd

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St Patrick’s Day DIY Décor

Save money this St. Patricks day with these inexpensive DIY decorations!

Shamrock Straw Toppers

Get your kids into the St Patricks Day spirit with these flour-leaf-clover straw toppers! These are great decorations for any St. Patrick’s Day table and a fun way to get your kids into the St Patrick’s Day spirit!

Tools and Materials

Card stock
Bendable drinking straws, in green

Shamrock Straw Toppers How-To

  1. Cut card stock into 5-inch squares.
  2. Fold each square in half diagonally, creating a triangle, and then fold in half once more to make a smaller triangle. Trim off outer points as indicated.
  3. Unfold paper halfway, as shown. Cut a small V at the bottom, in the center.
  4. Unfold shamrock, and crease diagonally, reversing the direction of the fold; repeat to make another diagonal crease. Slide card-stock shamrock onto one end of a green straw. Make a wish, and have a sip! Read the rest of this entry »