Located atop the green rolling hills of a golf course, the Orange Country Club has an extensive selection of menu choices for weddings, proms, social and corporate events.
At a recent wedding I attended there, hors doerves were passed butler style and there was a light serving of fruits/veggies/crudite with cheese display, then the buffet was open with several buffet stations and carving stations, and a very authentic italian antipasto display with ingredients that rivaled dean & deluca quality antipasto. While the guests waited for their turn at the buffet, hors doerves were still served, and they were generous enough and came to each table often enough, that at first I thought perhaps it was to be an entire meal of hors doerves.
I never noticed this before at a wedding, it could be common place, but I observed a nice touch when the staff took the orders of each elderly person who would not be comfortable standing in line and went and got them their plates. Once I noticed them doing it, I took note of what they did, and they described each item on the buffet, with all of the choices (such as for the pasta station, they named the two kinds of pasta choices and three kinds of sauce choices) and then went and got it for all elderly and infirmed. I thought that was a nice touch so that the elderly family could devote their energies to socializing, and maybe even a dance with a grandchild.
Coffee fiend that I am, I was impressed with their coffee and cake set up. Cake was cut and then made available on a side table, and their were numerous flavored coffees and creams.
The lighting was a very flattering light for the group photo we took that evening, those wearing black or white were not washed out, and colors such as lilac, periwinkle and navy really stood out nicely in photos. There is a nice area in the lobby for group family shots.
The bartenders were knowledgable and generous.