Come In & See Us for Restaurant Week

*UPDATE: We are extending our Winter Restaurant Week through this Sunday, January 27, 2019. Come dine with us!

It’s that time of year again. Restaurant Week is back for Winter 2019 and our Founding Farmers team is getting ready to serve you so many tasty choices and some of the best restaurant deals across town.

Come join us in Northern Virginia from January 14-20, 2019 at Founding Farmers Tysons and Founding Farmers Reston Station to enjoy all that we have to offer for the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington’s (RAMW) Restaurant Week Winter 2019.

At our Montgomery County, MD restaurant, MoCo’s Founding Farmers, we are doubling down on Restaurant Weekand celebrating not only RAMW’S Restaurant Week, but we are starting a few days early by joining in Bethesda Magazine’s Restaurant Week. Starting Friday, January 11th, MoCo’s Founding Farmers Restaurant Week will run through January 20, 2019.

As annual Restaurant Week participants, this program allows us to open our doors to guests, old and new, for a taste of our scratch-made goodness in the form of specialized three-course lunch ($22) and dinner ($35) menus. Saturday & Sunday brunch excluded.

Guests are invited to put together the perfect meal from all of our favorites, including our famous Farm Breads, Chicken & Waffles, and Glazed Cedar Plank Salmon. Our tasty desserts are included, but if you have no room left to indulge after your first two courses, no worries: you will receive a $10 gift card to use for dessert on us at your next visit.

While beverages are not included, we hope you will enjoy one of our delicious scratch-sodas, beer cocktails, or craft cocktails made with our very own Founding Spirits.

We invite you to come in to experience and enjoy Restaurant Week Winter 2019 with us. As always, and especially for this much-loved guest event, we recommend making a reservation.  If you can’t make it to Founding Farmers, our sibling restaurants are also participating. Check out Restaurant Week at Farmers & Distillers and Farmers Fishers Bakers.

Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.