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About Farmer's Table
Opened by real estate developer Mitchell Robbins and Chef Joey Giannuzzi, Farmer’s Table is a healthy, delicious and affordable dining destination in Boca Raton. The warm and welcoming restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers take-out options. Dishes center on fresh, seasonal ingredients in their purest form, devoid of excess fat, salt, processing, toxins and all the other extras you don’t want. No butter or cream is used in any dishes, and the restaurant does not have a deep fat fryer or microwave. Farmer’s Table caters to the whole family, featuring a special, healthy kids menu, while accommodating such diets as gluten free, Paleo, vegan and vegetarian. Farmer’s Table hosts special events and educational activities to serve as a wellness hub in the community. The largest health-focused restaurant in the area with 200 seats, Farmer’s Table is located on the corner of 19th and Military Trail, adjacent to the Wyndham Hotel.
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 7 AM -10 PM
Friday: 7 AM - 11 PM
Saturday: 8 AM - 11 PM
Sunday: 8 AM -10 PM
NW 19th St & North Military Trail
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On site parking lot. Valet also available.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Farmer's Table Ratings and Reviews
Very disappointed on several points. We had a Father's Day reservation for 1pm but called ahead at 12:15pm to see if they could take us 15-20 minutes early. Girl who answered said "Sure, no problem! Come on in." We arrived around 12:40p to a very busy scene, and were told we'd be seated right around our original reservation time. Then why were we told just 25 minutes ago they could take us early? In fact, at 1:00p, they were first seating a 12:30 reservation. We finally were seated around 1:30. Not normally a tragic wait if we hadn't been told they would be able to take us early.
Waiter was barely adequate in taking order, and keeping up with water and coffee refills.
Food presentation disappointing. Very small omelet and cup of potatoes served on large dinner plate looked terrible.
Too many great brunches and great restaurants in the area to waste time and money with this one.
We went for Father's Day. It was very busy, so I was glad we had a reservation. The food was excellent! All 3 of us liked what we had. The cauliflower and brie flatbread was excellent as were the grilled chicken wings. The strawberry shortcake dessert (recommended by our server) was fantastic as well and interesting with oatmeal cookies instead of the usual puff pastry. I do wish they had more egg/brunch dish choices for brunch, but overall, we had a great experience and left stuffed!
This was our third time at Farmer's Table. While the other 2 times were outstanding, this time it wasn't. Our waiter was not attentive and did not bring what we needed in a reasonable length of time. The pork chops we ordered were overdone and even our drinks were not good and tasted as though they forgot the alcohol. Having said that, we will go back and hope for a better experience.
The noisiest restaurant I have ever been in and I've been in some noisy places. Service was great, food good, but the noise level was unbearable. I think diners and restauranteurs equate noise with being in a happening place, so most people seemed content to tell during their meal. Not me. That was my first and last time.
Food and service was great. Table we sat at was horrific! Every time they opened the door to the patio we got the sun shining in our eyes and they were constantly opening and closing the door. Ruined what could have been a great dining experience. Manager eventually closed one curtain but it didn't help.
We enjoyed a great meal with fresh, tasty ingredients. Our server, Michelle, was fun & offered confident recommendations about the menu and specials. The dining room filled quickly but we never felt rushed or crushed. Appetizers included Mezza platter (yummy tapenade!) and portobello & goat cheese flatbread (we added arugula). Cocktails were Harvest Mule, cucumber something and spa something. All were refreshing. Any special requests were easily granted! The farm-to-table and locally supported entrees were imaginative. We had spare ribs (grass fed), pork chop (wow) and udon bowl. After dinner we migrated to the Oak Room for live acoustic music and a full after-dinner drink & dessert menu.
Special call out to Danny - you run a seamless organization! Thank you for a lovely evening!
Michelle - thank you for your wonderful service, input and humor!
I was staying at the Wyndham in Boca Raton which is attached to the restaurant. The first day (Sunday afternoon) I ordered the chicken meatballs appetizer and a cup of the split pea soup to-go. The soup was a little under-seasoned and the meatballs tasted like the sauce might have gone bad. The second night of my hotel stay, I decided to try a couple dishes at the bar with a work colleague. We had the cucumber tartar with the ahi tuna (under-seasoned and needed acid) and the brie & fig flat bread (delicious.) The bartender was friendly and our drinks were great. I wouldn't make a trip to this restaurant unless I was staying at the hotel.
Eggs were cold. Aside from that, dressing was to be blue cheese. We got blue cheese but balsamic already in the Cobb salad (would not recommend that dish). All the other food: omelet, avocado toast was good. Bacon and egg dish cold.
I've eaten here a lot of times and usually everything is perfect.
We truly had a terrible experience. One of the specials was 1/2 chicken on a waffle with tomatoes. Both dishes exactly the same. Chicken was dry and the waffle was very hard and darkened to a burn status. We could not even penetrated it with a knife. I cant believe the chef or expediter did not see these dishes before they left the kitchen.
Food is just not as fresh as it use to be with Chef James in charge of the kitchen, they may think they're following his recipes or the ones they had but it's not at all the same and no variations that's for sure.....It's not that it's terrible just doesn't seem that it's cooked fresh it's cold from sitting, undercooked or over cooked. It's as if they take the prepared stuff from their takeout place and heat it up now even if they're not using a microwave! It use to be fresh like they just picked the veggies, washed them and cooked them for you! Now they can't bring the food out fast enough.....who wants to be so rushed when you're spending this kind of money for quality, fresh, farm to table food?
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