Catering Cutler Bay
Cutler Bay, located along Biscayne National Park in Biscayne Bay, boasts a rich history and some of the most beautiful weather in Miami-Dade county. The town contains contains the Cutler Fossil Site where mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and California condors are among the many fossil records; and the park holds archeological evidence of Native American habitation of the land 10,000 years ago. Tequesta burial mounds are also found there. The area called Cutler Ridge had been called the "Hunting Ground" by some of the earliest Caucasian settlers in the area, circa 1825. Great weather and great history make for a great location for your wedding or corporate event.
Cutler Bay Event & Wedding Venues
Cutler Bay is one of the fastest growing towns in Miami Dade County, featuring a totally remodeled stretch of historic Old Cutler Road and new businesses and venues popping up every day.
Royal Palm Island, located just minutes from Cutler Bay and close to the Turnpike and US1, is an unparalleled venue for one-of-a-kind weddings, corporate events and all gatherings. They are a secluded private estate, and only you and your invited guests will have access to the property. There are a variety of spaces within to customize your perfect wedding. Exclusive and tropical, Royal Palm Island is a picture-perfect Miami wedding venue for your special day, offering panoramic views of a 30 acre private lake, with private beach, water falls, and floating spaces for the enjoyment of your guests.
Cutler Bay Parks for Corporate Events
Cutler Bay has many parks that feature an abundance of sunshine and space for families and events of all types.
Lakes by the Bay Park is a 45-acre multi-use park located on SW 216th Street, one block east of SW 87th Avenue (directly behind Whigham Elementary School). The park is also adjacent to a 47-acre Miami-Dade County Park. The Town’s portion of Lakes By the Bay Park consists of three lighted baseball/softball fields, 4 batting cages, two lighted soccer/football/lacrosse fields, a .6 mile exercise path with fitness stations, covered playground, restroom/concession building, and paved parking for approximately 100 vehicles. Future development of Lakes By the Bay Park will include the installation of a canoe/kayak launch, picnic facilities and a community/nature center.
Bel Aire Park is a 5-acre park located on Franjo Road south of SW 184th Street. The park is the home of the Palmetto Raiders Youth Development Club tackle football and cheerleading program. The park is also used extensively for adult soccer and youth lacrosse practices and games. Along with the lighted athletic field, Bel Aire Park includes restrooms, a playground area and a paved parking lot.
Franjo Park is a 5-acre park located on Franjo Road just west of Old Cutler Road. The park is the long-time home of the Perrine Baseball and Softball Association (PBSA). The park consists of three lighted baseball/softball fields, batting cages, the PBSA clubhouse and restroom and concession buildings.
Ludovici Park is a quiet and charming oasis, a perfect venue for musical performances, to enjoy a library book – all at once! With its meandering walkways, shaded gazebo, and manicured gardens, this park offers something for everyone. The main feature is the 5,000-square-foot Palmetto Bay Branch Library, which is complemented by the Edward & Arlene Feller Community Room and Amphitheater. The 2,000-square-foot, two-story Community Room offers ample meeting space overlooking the beautiful blue waters of Biscayne Bay. The first-story amphitheater features dramatic space for special performances and serves as an additional outdoor area for lectures, workshops, and children’s activities. Ludovici Park is the perfect venue to host a small party, a musical performance, or a successful community fundraiser event.
Whether you’re a stargazer, a nature enthusiast or a bird watcher the Bill Sadowski Park and Nature Center is a small but action packed park in Palmetto Bay. This three-habitat park (pineland, tropical hardwood hammock and drained Everglades slough) is home to a live animal exhibit including an 822-gallon freshwater aquarium, a nature trail with canoeing and a native arboretum. This is also the observatory site for the Southern Cross Astronomical Society where there are free stargazing programs, lectures, and equipment like telescopes.