Connecting with the community is a big priority at Farmer’s Table, so we’ll be hosting educational workshops, social events and other activities year-round. Check our calendar to see what’s coming up next.

“Turn the Table: Guest Chef Supper Series”

Farmer’s Table in Boca Raton and SouthFloridaFoodandWine.com present…

“Turn the Table: Guest Chef Supper Series,” a unique dining experience on the first Tuesday of the month from July to November. The themed dinners will take place at Farmer’s Table and will feature four prominent South Florida chefs. “We are so excited to play host and participate in such a unique culinary concept,” said Joey Gianuzzi, co-owner of Farmer’s Table. “It is a great opportunity for us to attract a new audience and showcase our impressive facilities.” Tickets are available at Farmer’s Table and are $100 a person (inclusive of tax and gratuity); the tickets include a five course dinner with wine pairing, and a cocktail reception.

A portion of proceeds from each dinner will go to the presenting chef’s charity of choice. “This Supper Series will be the hottest food enthusiast event in South Florida and we are thrilled to be a part of it,” said Christine Najac, Managing Director of SouthFloridaFoodandWine.com

Turn the Table Event

The event schedule is as follows:

• Tuesday, July 7 – “A Farmer’s Forage” by Farmer’s Table. Executive Chef, Victor Malaric, will utilize ingredients sourced within 50 miles of Farmer’s Table paired with wines from the Constellation portfolio. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Dan Marino Foundation. The reception cocktail will be made with Ketel One Vodka.

• Tuesday, August 4 – “Vegan Street Food” by Green Bar & Kitchen. Executive Chef and co-owner, Charlie Grippo, will showcase his plant-based cooking style paired with vegan wines from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Portfolio. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit FEED. The reception cocktail will be made with (vegan) Bulleit Bourbon.

• Tuesday, September 1 – “A Taste of Florida Seafood” by Rebel House. Owner Michael Saperstein and Chef de Cuisine, Danielle Herring will highlight locally caught fish and shellfish paired with wines from theMichael David portfolio. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Kids in Distress. The reception cocktail will be made with Ron Zacapa 23.

• Tuesday, October 6 – “Snout to Tail” by DADA. Executive Chef and co-owner, Bruce Feingold, will create a menu for pork lovers paired with single vineyard wines from Mira Winery. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Healthy Bellies. The reception cocktail will be made with Tequila Don Julio.

The series will conclude with a cocktail reception on Tuesday, November 3rd where the four chefs will each prepare two courses for a total of eight courses along with cocktail, beer and wine bars.

The exclusive brewery for the event is Saltwater Brewery.

The wines poured will be Sequoia Grove Cabernet Sauvignon and Sequoia Grove Chardonnay along with Taittinger Champagne.

Cocktails will be made with Ketel One Vodka, Bulleit Bourbon, Ron Zacapa 23 Rum, Tequila Don Julio, Tap 357 Canadian Maple Rye Whiskey, Van Gogh Dutch Chocolate Vodka and Van Gogh Double Espresso Vodka.

Tickets for the series finale are $150 and a portion of the proceeds will be split between all four charities. “This event is for everyone who wants to come out for a night of food and fun while supporting a good cause,” said Mitchell Robbins, co-owner of Farmer’s Table. “We look forward to working with other talented chefs in our community and at the same time giving back to four great causes.”

For more information, and to purchase tickets, please call (561) 417-5836

Farmer’s Table is located at 1901 N Military Trail, Boca Raton

Yelp SeatMe

There’s a new way to reserve your table!

As of July 1st, Farmer’s Table will no longer be using OpenTable for online reservations. Instead, customers can use Yelp’s new feature “SeatMe”.

SeatMe is a new feature on Yelp.com, as well as the Yelp App. It’s easy to use, and we feel it’s a much better fit for us, and you!

So, starting July 1st, the next time you go to make a reservation at Farmer’s Table, make sure you’re doing it on the new SeatMe feature, on Yelp or on our website!


Step by Step guide on how to make a reservation with SeatMe:

1. Go to Yelp.com or open your Yelp app.

2. Search for Farmer’s Table

3. On Farmer’s Table website, under section “Make a Reservation”, select your date, time and party size. Then simply click “Search”.

4. On Mobile app Yelp page, click “Make a Reservation”, then select your date, time and party size.

5. On the next page, click confirm (if the date and time you selected is to your liking) and that’s it!

6. Arrive on time for your reservation and enjoy a fresh, healthy and delicious meal with us!

New Years Resolution

Eating healthy doesn’t just mean cutting calories.

As always, many of our fellow South Floridians have made New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier in 2015.  Some people will try fad diets.  Others will give up some of their favorite, tasty foods in order to cut back on calories.  But cutting carbs and counting calories can be difficult, especially when you end up eating foods that you don’t even like.  It makes keeping your resolution of eating healthy an uphill battle.


At Farmer’s Table, eating healthy doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor.  It means celebrating a lifestyle of wellness, one amazingly delicious plate at a time.  We make nutritious meals free of hormones, chemicals and additives.  Farmer’s Table offers these fresh, healthier choices in a multitude of ways: 


  • When we buy produce, we go by the Environmental Working Group’s “Dirty Dozen” for organics to avoid fruits and vegetables that contain pesticides.

  • We buy as much local produce as we can, to ensure that our ingredients are as fresh as possible.

  • We don’t prepare dishes with proteins that contain any hormones.

  • We don’t have a deep fat fryer.  In fact, none of our dishes are fried, or even cooked with butter.

  • Nothing we serve includes high fructose corn syrup, or any additives. This includes everything, even our soda.

  • We don’t even own a microwave!


Eating healthy doesn’t just mean cutting calories.  It means making a conscious effort to really take a look at what you’re putting into your body.  At Farmer’s Table, we work hard every day to make sure that you’re not only getting the freshest foods, but that they are the healthiest ingredients you’ll find anywhere in South Florida.  So come in to Farmer’s Table today, and see what everyone’s talking about!