Friends and family gathered on Saturday for a lovely evening of food and drink, while watching some of the best polo in the DC metro area.
Founding Farmers teamed up with Summerhill Polo for the Harvest Cup.
November can’t get here soon enough as far as we’re concerned. Founding Farmers King of Prussia is opening its doors for business on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, and we’re all bubbling with excitement about our very first foray outside the DC metro area.
Yesterday, Founding Farmers joined our Montgomery County friends and neighbors at the 2017 Park Potomac Fall Festival.
The afternoon festival of fun for kids, adults, and families included live music from The 19th Street Band, pony rides, face painting, balloon twisting, a petting zoo, and a fundraiser for Children’s National Medical.
As we head towards the opening of our Founding Farmers King of Prussia later this fall, Co-Owner Dan Simons is already talking restaurant trends with our soon-to-be guests.
On September 8th, Simons joined Pennsylvania Secretary of Transportation Leslie Richards and a handful of other experts in a lively discussion about the future of suburban areas, such as the King of Prussia district.
Across all of our restaurants – Founding Farmers, Farmers Fishers Bakers, and Farmers & Distillers – we say “no” to plastic water bottles. And we’ve been saying no since we first opened our doors back in 2008.
What better way to celebrate summer’s end than brunch at one of our restaurants. At Farmers Restaurant Group will be welcoming guests for brunch for the entire three-day weekend – Saturday, Sunday, and Labor Day Monday – in all of our restaurants.
Every year at Founding Farmers we celebrate Honey Bee Day, a worldwide holiday started by a group of beekeepers in 2009 to build awareness of the importance of honey bees for the future of the planet and everyone in it.
The team at Founding Farmers is starting to get seriously excited about the upcoming opening of our latest restaurant in King of Prussia. In fact, we’re all a bit giddy to share the great progress we are making to bring our farmer-owned, tasty scratch-made goodness to this bustling suburb of Philadelphia in the fall.
When we first learned about Bubba’s Sweet Nectar and the story behind their honey, we were all individually saying, “show me the honey.” Obviously we are excited about our recent partnership with this central Virginia-based honey company started by two friends who call each other “Bubba.”
The Bubba crew wowed us with their honey, and we are happy to say we are now using Bubba’s Sweet Nectar in our food and drink.
At Farmers Restaurant Group, every day we are working to build and run green, sustainable restaurants.
As a farmer-owned company, we care about the future of the planet, and we recognize the importance of preserving the land for future generations.