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Lifestyle Entertaining
and  Nourishment

savannah, ga

Are you looking for entertaining tips or someone to host your next private party?

Have you ever considered hiring a private chef for a family reunion, bachelorette or cocktail party?

Are you looking for resources to help in the kitchen?

Meet Caitlin Lindsey, creator of Fit to Entertain and
the answer to your healthy living needs.

The Answer to Your Healthy Living Needs

meet fit to entertain


Caitlin's life as an entrepreneur began when she started a cookie business before she was old enough to put the tray in the oven. With more than 15 years in the industry, entertaining has always been at her core. Over the years and as she began to spend more time in the kitchen, people would ask for recipes. In 2014, she launched a blog, and that was that!

"My greatest joy is serving others through healthy and delicious food."

planned, cooked, and hosted countless parties

cooked for a celebrity crew


planned and coordinated countless events

served others through private cooking events

All while sharpening her skills and learning more than she ever thought possible...

Why not take advantage of her background and let Caitlin be part of the planning process from start to finish? With more than half her life spent in the events world, she can help assist with everything from paper goods to table settings and all of the details in between.

full service 


“Our recent private event with Caitlin and Fit to Entertain can only be described as OUTSTANDING. Caitlin’s attention to detail, her professional and thorough preparation, her talented execution and cleanup exceeded our high expectations. Her creative, healthy and delicious selections for our 80 plus guests simply stole the show. Caitlin was a delight to deal with throughout. She knows her craft, listens well, and offered great suggestions and insights in our planning process. We look forward to working with ‘Fit to Entertain’ again soon."

Hi There! My name is Caitlin Lindsey, and I am the owner and founder of Fit to Entertain. A Savannah-based private chef, clean living advocate, and lover of travel, my business is built on two of my greatest passions : lifestyle entertaining and nourishment. My life as an entrepreneur began when I started a cookie business before I was even old enough to put the baking sheet in the oven. With more than 15 years in the event planning industry, entertaining has always been at the core of my expertise. As someone living with food allergies, the recipes I curate bring in rave reviews from even those who don't have a list of foods they have to avoid. 

From wellness retreats and private dining experiences, to hands on cooking classes and building beautiful displays of cheese, charcuterie, and handmade hors d'oeuvres, my greatest joy is serving others through healthy and delicious food.

Caitlin Lindsey


From a business perspective, I love that people are truly seeing the value of intimate, carefully curated events and weddings. My husband and I have recently taken up trail running, which has been a blast! And since last spring, we have grown a love for paddle boarding.

Fad diets. Juicing detoxes (don't get me wrong, I love a fresh juice especially after a workout). Comparison and competition - we need to lift each other up!



"I have learned that it's up to me and no one else. No longer taking commands, I wake up every day knowing that it's my responsibility to do what needs to be done. Sometimes that's the hardest part about being a business owner, but equally so, it's often my favorite part. My thoughts, ideas, and dreams are things I have the opportunity to see come to life, with no one stopping me! Do they always work? Absolutely not. However, I have never learned more. I have never been pushed harder, and I have never been this freely given the chance to chase after what I want most. I have grown, changed, and developed more as a woman in the last year and a half than I had in my entire life up to this point."


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