February 6th, 2017450 views
Founding Farmers, arguably the most popular restaurant in D.C., is a true farm-to-table eatery specializing in American comfort food in a rustic-chic environment. The restaurant is owned by 40,000 family farms in the North Dakota Farmers Union and is supplied by hundreds of family farms across the country, so its main draw is that all ingredients are all-natural and seasonal.
Try Founding Farmers' weekend brunch, which includes a wide array of American brunch fare, coffee, tea, and cocktails. The most popular item on the menu is their chicken and waffles, which comes with scrambled eggs and gravy. Yelpers rave about the crispy yet juicy chicken and perfectly cooked waffles, along with the cinnamon-infused syrup to top it all off.
The theme is “urban farmhouse,” with farm-style dining tables, silo-shaped booths, and vintage lighting. Reservations are recommended; otherwise, there can be quite a long wait during brunch. With the amount of buzz Founding Farmers attracts, this should definitely be your next spot to try out.
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