Peachtree Catering

Peachtree style

Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.
 – Ruth Reichl

We are a boutique catering firm in Philly & on the Main Line serving up creativity & style. We’ve been honing our craft party by party and year by year. Thirty years and counting. Pomme is one of our venues.

Please visit our Peachtree website and browse our gallery of slideshows – our food, weddings, candid images, videos. Visit our instagram!  Learn about our sister venue, Pomme!

Take a look around. And then give us a call. Or better yet, pay us a visit. We’ll share some food and drink, talk a little. We’d love to get to know you! Welcome to our table!

Our story

Peachtree Catering and Events was founded in 1985 when owners Jon and Lori Weinrott, chef-trained in France and working in restaurants in Philadelphia, drove by a corner grocery store on Pechin Street in Roxborough and saw a For Sale sign. The building was charming with its old butcher blocks and canning cupboards, a detached barn/smokehouse, and a wooden walk-in which, back in the day, was cooled with huge blocks of ice.And they began, venturing into the challenging field of off-premise catering.

Still family-owned and operated, Peachtree retains the flavor of its origins in its love of anything French anything with character and age (most of all fine wines!) and in all things boutique, homespun and personal.  They still own the canning cupboards, and can peaches and applesauce every summer and fall.

peaches w/ gorgonzola dolce


The whole put in a pot, covered with an inch of water, boiled for an hour, and gently stirred.
–Daniel Webster’s Chowder Recipe, from ‘The Cook’

Peachtree Catering and Events was founded in 1985 when owners Jon and Lori Weinrott, chef-trained in France and working in restaurants in Philadelphia, drove by a corner grocery store on Pechin Street in Roxborough and saw a For Sale sign. The building was charming with its old butcher blocks and canning cupboards, a detached barn/smokehouse, and a wooden walk-in which, back in the day, was cooled with huge blocks of ice.

Peach Street Caterers grew to become Peachtree & Ward when the company merged with Wendy Ward Catering in 1992. They moved commissary and offices, including Peachtree Kosher, to East Falls in 2010. At the same time, they renovated a 19th century textile mill to create Peche (from the original Pechin Street!), their first event venue. Pomme opened in 2012 and Parque in 2016.

Still family-owned and operated, Peachtree retains the flavor of its origins in its love of anything French anything with character and age (most of all fine wines!) and in all things boutique, homespun and personal.  They still own the canning cupboards, and can peaches and applesauce every summer and fall.

jon picking peaches