121 Group / dnata Catering

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121 Inflight Catering had it's beginnings over 15 years ago as a highly acclaimed restaurant in northern Westchester County, NY. To this day, 121 remains on the forefront of dining in NY and in CT. Since inception, owners, Michele Savino and Executive Chef Peter DeVito, have believed in bringing top quality food & genuine hospitality to their customers. This tradition was soon to be carried on with 121 Inflight Catering.

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