Last month, I teamed up with old clients and one of my husband’s favorite restaurant to capture more beautiful food photography at Lynora’s Restaurant as well as their new market on Dixie Highway.
Lynora’s has a lot to celebrate right now. Their flagship Lynora's Restaurant restaurant on Clematis Street has navigated almost four years (a hallmark number in this transient nature). Last year, they opened a second location in Jupiter – wildly successful, always a party, exactly what Jupiter needs.
And this summer, they opened Lynora’s Market on Dixie Highway, just around the corner from my house! A totally different concept with the same beloved Lynora’s items, this, too is already successful, charming and winning the hearts of neighbors and tourists.
Equipped with a pizza kitchen, deli counter and groceries, it’s a place to grab dinner when you don’t know what to make, a spot to sit down for a bottle of wine and dinner out or simply a place to duck into and grab provisions to make your own dinner!
They make the pasta fresh at the Market daily, a process I witnessed myself (which only made me wish I could eat pasta on a very, very deep level.)
To go with that pasta, pick up some of their homemade pasta sauce – tomato, Bolognese or al a vodka.
Lynora’s is co-owned by Angelo Abbenante, whose parents owned and cooked in the original Lynora’s Italian Restaurant in Lake Worth. Today, you’ll often find Maria in the kitchen at Clematis or Angelo’s father Ralph tweaking some detail. And Angelo is always in one of the restaurant’s ensuring that each detail is perfect.
For this shoot, we wanted to get close-up photos of the food, styled photos of the meatballs for billboards around the county, portraits and lifestyle shots at the market.
Check them out and then swing by Lynora’s for some delicious meatballs!
Lynora’s: 207 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach
Lynora’s Market: 3301 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33405