Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy a fresh, earthbound meal with today's Groupon. For $6, you get $12 worth of fresh lunch and coffee at The Chef’s Table in Stuart.
The Chef’s Table's husband-and-wife team Adam Fatigate and Katie Groffman have both honed their culinary chops at institutes in New York and Italy, and they pour their mastery into an eclectic menu of fresh, locally sourced eats. The mussels plate stretches dormant tooth muscles with a mélange of white wine, orange, and fennel flavors ($11) so that they're ready to dive-tackle the grilled veggie sandwich ($8). A roasted turkey sandwich ($8) injects proteins and vitamins into bodies training for medicine-ball volleyball, and the crispy calamari salad ($12) moves subtly seasoned squid from their natural saltwater habitats to the tongue-crowded coves of the human head. The Chef's Table can perk up patrons with an array of espresso drinks and quell hippo-grade hungers with the rosemary, garlic, and peperonata of chicken under a brick ($13) as well as the somewhat messy chicken under an anvil (market price).
The Chef’s Table
Patrons take a seat at The Chef’s Table, where husband-and-wife culinary team Adam Fatigate and Katie Groffman Fatigate appease appetites with gourmet American cuisine prepared with local ingredients. Though the menu may change based on seasonal ingredients, its offerings—such as a rack of lamb with tangerine-glazed carrots and the fish of the day—always tempt taste buds. Diners can savor midday meals Monday–Wednesday or a prix fixe dinner Thursday–Saturday, depending on the time of year or whether it's Martha Washington's birthday. Along with its indoor and outdoor dine-in options, The Chef’s Table offers prepared gourmet foods for takeout until 6:30 p.m., and stocks home fridges full of wines and artisanal cheeses, including Beecher's handmade cheese from Pike Market.
2313 SE Ocean Blvd.
Stuart, Florida 34996