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Chef Switch At Table 8

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New Times received this email, which was sent to numerous folks, from Jason Smith, the talented chef de cuisine of Table 8:

"Yesterday was my last day at Table 8 South Beach.  I have resigned and

left in good standing. I have accepted the position of chef de cuisine

of the Starr-restaurant "W" in Ft. Lauderdale. I had an incredible two-and-a-half

years at Table 8 and Chef Govind Armstrong had a very strong influence

on my career. He is an incredible chef and owner and person, and I

will miss him and Josh dearly."

Table 8 has tapped Ilde Ferrer to run the kitchen. 

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