Primary Catering Service
Tech Catering is the preferred campus caterer. View menus and learn more about their services.
Secondary Catering Services
Georgia Tech has a relationship with more than twelve food trucks from which to chose for your next event. In order to reserve a food truck, you must complete a food truck usage form no more than fourteen days prior to your intended event. All requests will be sent to Georgia Tech Dining Services for approval. Contact Turq Daniels to receive the usage form.
Technology Square Restaurants
Food/Group Meal Form
A Food/Group Meal Form is required with all catering orders. The form is now available on DocuSign for planners.
- If a licensed food service provider or retailer agrees to donate prepared food for an event, complete and submit the Catering Provider Exception Request to the Student Center at least three weeks prior to the event.
- Donors may still be required to provide supplemental insurance and/or other documentation to ensure proper assessment of risk and liability.
Cookouts are not permitted on Georgia Tech campus. Cooking raw food requires an approved caterer with appropriate food service permit, insurance and licenses.
How does Georgia Tech choose its caterers?
Every five years, Auxiliary Services and Procurement and Business Services reevaluate our secondary preferred caterers and extend five-year contracts to selected catering finalists.
Once proposals have been completed, a committee consisting of members from Auxiliary Services, Procurement and Business Services, and the Event Coordinators' Network will review preliminary proposals and determine those who should continue in the bidding process.
The committee aims to create a secondary caterer list that provides diversity in offerings and pricing options to accommodate's the needs of campus. This process does not apply to GT Catering, our primary caterer, nor the Tech Square restaurants. If you have any comments or suggestions regarding those caterers, please contact Kira Freeman to share your thoughts.