About Us!

The Food Truck

Jerry’s Kitchen is a catering company and food truck serving the Philadelphia and five county area. We serve modern American food with options for carnivores, vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free eaters. We feature a seasonal rotating menu with items for every appetite including sandwiches, tacos, burgers, and Philadelphia favorites like cheesesteaks. Everything we serve is made from scratch and all recipes are created in-house. Jerry’s Kitchen food truck can usually be found on the campus of Drexel University at 33rd and Arch streets when we’re not catering or vending at a special event.

Jerry’s Kitchen specializes in weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, family reunions, barbecues, music festivals, art festivals, fundraisers, and birthday parties. Our staff will attend to every detail ensuring your event goes off without a hitch. The owners and staff of Jerry’s Kitchen are readily available to answer any questions you have and we’re happy provide our recommendations for your affair.

We pride ourselves on professionalism.  We return all calls and emails within 24 hours (often sooner than that) and provide fully priced estimates based on the projected guest count and menu.  Our staff is professionally trained, courteous, neat, and organized and we’re all focused on making your event spectacular.  We can often accommodate special requests should you require items for folks with special dietary needs.  We’re happy to work with your event coordinator or provide one if you’d like.

If you’re ready to go, call or email us now to get started.  Book us now for your next birthday party, graduation party, wedding, rehearsal dinner, or corporate event.

We service areas within Philadelphia, PA. such as Doylestown, King of Prussia, and Malvern. To find out more, get in touch by visiting our contact page and filling out the form.

The Man, the Myth, the Legend

“Jerry” was the grandfather of Scott Kaplan, Jerry’s Kitchen GM. He passed away in 2010 and though he wasn’t in the catering or food business, he did love to eat. Scott decided to name the business after the man who served as his muse, mentor, and inspiration so his name could live on. A caricature of Jerry’s face serves as the companies’ logo, smiling wherever the truck goes.