March Madness is Here

March Madness is Here

Whether you are a basketball fan, plan to be Irish for a day, or just want to rejoice that Phil did not see his shadow at Gobbler’s Knob, there is plenty to celebrate in NYC this March  … 

Taking a break from our International Cuisine series,  we want to offer you a great finger food menu that would be great for watching an NCAA game …


Chicken finger platter

 An assortment of flavors including:

Buffalo, coconut, panko crusted and Asian

With dipping sauces for every taste

(Also sold separately for your convenience)

Crispy and delicious chicken wings

Fried to crispy perfection and sautéed with your favorite sauce

(Buffalo, teriyaki, honey mustard, ranch and parmesan crusted)

Served with fresh carrot and celery sticks and our delicious dipping sauces

Chicken skewers

Fresh chicken breast skewered and grilled in our secret herbs and spices in assorted flavors of your choice

(served with our fresh dipping sauces)

Try one of our classic baskets

Southwestern Basket

Skewers of Cajun and herbed chicken served with vegetable and tortilla chips, guacamole and salsa

European Market Basket

Skewers of sesame chicken, marinated shrimp and cherry tomato, basil and fresh mozzarella

Served with grilled vegetable spears and dipping sauces


Got an event coming up this month?  Then don’t drive yourself crazy trying to decide what to eat, try our March Madness menu …

Remember, whatever your tastes Sale and Pepe can accommodate all.

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During the past months, we have had the pleasure of catering for many of our front line heroes, from the hospitals, to 911 dispatchers to the National Guard. We say " Thank you to all of them!".

Now that NYC is re-opening, we can't wait to cater for you. Meals are either packaged in our Sale & Pepe Red reusable insulated bags or white disposable bags, with everything in individual containers as well as individually packaged cutlery, and sanitary wipes sent with every meal.

We have always required our staff to wear gloves and hats, but now masks are worn and temperatures are taken and surfaces are sanitized throughout the day.

Stay safe!


Peter Semetis