Thrive Catering is Savannah’s first and only Green Certified Caterer. Third-party certification assures our customers that our practices are consistently ecofriendly and sustainable. The Green Restaurant Association qualifies Thrive in six required categories: water efficiency, waste reduction, recycling, sustainable food, energy, disposables, and pollution reduction. Thrive uses as many local and organic ingredients as possible.
Thrive Catering’s exceptional team is comprised of talented chefs and servers executing menus of variety and excellence and delivering elevated service. Whether you’re hosting a wedding, intimate dinner party, or company event, our award winning Savannah GA catering team is ready to deliver an experience unlike any other.
2023 - 2014 Couples Choice Award
2023 - 2022 Best Weddings 2013 Pick, Best of Weddings
Executive Chef & Owner
Chef Wendy Armstrong, executive chef and owner of Thrive Catering, grew up in the green mountains of Vermont. She first arrived in Savannah with an art scholarship to SCAD, but soon found her artistic passions leaning towards the culinary side.
As a private yacht chef, she traveled internationally for 14 years honing her skills in authentic cuisines - all the way from the CIA in New York city to Florence, Italy, and Mexico.
With a strong affinity for organic food, authentic recipes and picture-perfect food aesthetic, Chef Wendy returned to Savannah to create Thrive Catering. With her talented leadership at the helm, Thrive grew from a beloved neighborhood carryout cafe on Whitemarsh Island, into Savannah's top tier full service catering caterer. The best is yet to come!
Meet Our Staff
Niki's contemporary outlook and creativity will drive the success of your special event for family, business associates, and friends. She brings over 20 years of industry experience in the Atlanta, D.C., and Savannah hospitality industry to the table in guiding sales for our talented team - ensuring outstanding service from our award-winning staff as the perfect pairing. When she's not working hard to expand Thrive's success, she willingly herds cats, neglects watering her garden, and prioritizes family and friendship.