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A chef-driven restaurant that will blow your mind

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There’s a classy new restaurant opening this month in Downtown Abacoa - a restaurant that is highlighting not just an impeccable wine list but is a chef-driven restaurant that will blow your mind. I recently created the food photography and food styling, the portraits and interior photography for Aaron’s Table  and Wine Bar – photography that is rich in story-telling that lets the beauty of the food shine through.

 

 

Chef Aaron Fuller has lived in Abacoa for the last six years – so when he saw the space that formerly held Rooney’s open up, he knew their was potential for something great to go in. His extensive background in fine dining led him to a menu that ranges from pork belly with a Thai peanut brittle, tamarind and cilantro to a far with watermelon, feta, mint and balsamic to sautéed langoustines with sweet corn nage, pumpernickel croutons and basil oil. You can order the family meal of the day (!) or pan-seared bronzino. Baked Alaska, bread pudding, moldten chocolate cake.

 

 

 

Chef Aaron, who works at Mar-a-Lago as the Director of Food and Beverage drew not just upon his experience in fine dining but his extensive travels to create the menu.

 

 

The restaurant, which opens November 5, features a gorgeous Chef’s Table in the front window named Aaron’s Table. The table can be reserved for wine-tasting’s, private dinners, birthday parties and can seat six to eight.

 

 

The restaurant will eventually open for lunch and brunch. The talented Chef Marc Cela will serve as Chef de Cuisine.

 

 

Aaron’s Table and Wine Bar is located at 1153 Town Center Drive, Jupiter FL. Please visit http://aaronstable.com for more information.

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