Check out my review of Farmers Fishers Bakers up at A Taste of Patriarchy today!
Originally posted on A Taste of Patriarchy:
Living in and around the nation’s capital has many perks–including a plethora of world-class dining establishments. Many restaurants here are heralded for their unique menus, specialty drinks, and quality service. (Check out Washingtonian’s 100 very best restaurants of 2015.) One trend that’s become increasing popular here in the D.C. metro area is the farm-to-table movement, which emphasizes freshly grown or harvested products straight from local farms to restaurant tables (conservatives love fresh produce, too!). This can be especially seen at Farmers Fishers and Bakers in Georgetown.
Farmers Fishers and Bakers is a casual upscale restaurant that offers “an in-house bakery, sushi counter, full bar with 24 beer taps, and year-round patio with water views.” It’s also the sister restaurant of Founding Farmers, which boasts three locations in Washington, D.C., Tysons Corner, and Potomac/Rockville in Maryland. While Founding Farmers’ menu is largely influenced by land, Farmers Fishers and Bakers’…
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