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Cannabis fine dining






The Experience

The Experience

      From the way an animal or plant has been raised or grown to using local and seasonal ingredients I have learned as a chef how every little detail can define my food style. How the symmetry and color creates art on the plate.  Chefs become obsessed with getting everything just perfect, an artist’s expression of oneself. This expressionist food art style is projected on the plate, providing a story of the animal or plant, the cooking process, and the chef’s artistic style.

        Cannabis-infused food is just taking that story one step further.  Cannabis gives another dimension to the fine-dining experience.  The five senses are amplified by the addition of cannabis in our food.  It delivers the heightening of our senses by providing a meal that not only tastes good but makes you feel good as well.

          At Jon's Chefs Table we provide a professional personalized experience.  Teaching those how to properly consume edibles while providing top quality food and ingredients.  Jon's Chefs Table provides personalized menus designed for you and your guests that address allergies and personal preferences.  As well as personalized dosing to give the guest control over how high they get.




CBD, or cannabidiol, and THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, are both cannabinoids found in marijuana.


Though similar in what they may help treat, the most important difference is that THC will cause a person to experience a high while CBD will not.

Also, THC and CBD are like yin and yang of each other.  According to the NIH, CBD can be used to counteract the psychedelic effects of THC. 


Which means if you ever feel too high from the THC, I can counter the next course with CBD and bring down ones high.

Benefits of Infused Meals

Benefits of
Infused Meals

When talking to those who work in the medical field many of them tell me that there are not enough studies out there to truly understand the pros and cons to cannabis but all of them agree that the best way to consume cannabis is through edibles.


The problem with that is that most edibles out on the market are sugar-based edibles.  My methods make it so that each course is like a micro-dosed edible that can be specifically catered to each guest.

I always hear stories about “the time I ate an edible and didn’t feel it after 2 hours so I ate 2 more and then couldn’t get up.”  These dinners not only provide a great experience but an education in how edibles can impact you.  As everyone experiences edibles differently it is a focus for me and my staff to provide you with a personalized experience that ensures you are in control of your consumption.

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