We combine our intimate venue, fresh innovative cuisine, and exceptional hospitality into a memorable guest experience.
Avanti is part of an elite, invitation-only, group of caterers known as the Leading Caterers of America and as such, we work tirelessly to push a standard of excellence in hospitality that we can feel proud of and our clients can enjoy.
- Event Planning Team: A dedicated group of enthusiastic and informative experts who guide you through the process of planning
- Culinary Team: Using only the freshest ingredients, we create cuisine that is as appealing to the eye as it is to the taste buds.
- Management Team: A devoted team of forward-thinking professionals focusing on individual events and how to constantly improve our customer’s experience
- Service Team: With hospitality at the forefront, we make sure our trained employees are attentive and anticipate guests needs
- Production Team: Working from behind the scenes, with extreme attention to detail, they make sure every event flows seamlessly
The Avanti Mansion continues to host memorable events on their private property with the same luxurious feel that the property was originally built for.
Avanti Mansion joined an elite, invitation-only, group of caterers known as the Leading Caterers of America
The original mansion was fully renovated to accommodate overnight guests once again as their new division called Wed & Breakfast
Love & Growth
After several years of successful love stories, they expanded on the property and built the Amore building to accommodate year-round events.
Welcome to Avanti
after 9 months of intensive renovations, the property was once again a beautiful, luxurious estate now called the Avanti Mansion
Laurie and Dave Clark purchased the vacant, vandalized property that was once the gorgeous Glen Isabel.
After years of the McNaughton family, Hubbel family, and U.S. Sugar Company owning the property, it eventually fell to foreclosure and left abandoned.
A Summer Home
McNaughton purchased additional land to complete the 27 acre estate and built his family a summer home, known as the Glen Isabel.
Businessman Pliny McNaughton bought 20 acres known as the Bristal Woods