Can I just arrive for a meal or do I need to make a reservation?
Reserve your table or come on in. Our full menus are available for weekday breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.
How well can Founding Farmers DC accommodate someone with a disability?
All of our restaurants are well equipped to provide excellent hospitality for all of our guests. Please let us know if you have any access concerns or needs in dining with us. You can make note when making your online reservation, contact us in advance of your reservation, or let us know when you arrive.
Located on Pennsylvania Avenue in the heart of Washington, D.C., Founding Farmers DC has an elevator and stairs to access two floors of dining, with a full bar on the first floor. There are restrooms on both floors. Metered parking is available on the surrounding streets and a Colonial Parking garage is located directly across the street at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW. Multiple bus lines pass directly by the restaurant and two Metro stops, Farragut West and Foggy Bottom, are within three blocks.
Are there other Founding Farmers locations?
Yes, we hope you will visit all of the restaurants in our growing family. In making your plans, please note that each restaurant has different offerings, amenities, and operating times:
- Founding Farmers DC – Foggy Bottom, 1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
- MoCo’s Founding Farmers – Park Potomac, Potomac, MD
- Founding Farmers Tysons – 1800 Tysons Blvd, Tysons II, Tysons, VA
- Founding Farmers Reston Station – 1904 Reston Metro Plaza Drive, Reston, VA
- Founding Farmers King of Prussia – 255 Main Street, King of Prussia, PA
- Farmers Fishers Bakers – The Washington Harbour, Georgetown Waterfront, DC
- Farmers & Distillers – 600 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Can I add my name to the wait list over the phone?
Unfortunately, we cannot take names over the phone for the wait list. To be fair to all guests, if you are unable to make a reservation, then you must arrive in person to put your name on the wait list.
Do you have a cancellation policy?
No, we do not have a cancellation policy. We take all reservations in good faith, that our guests will inform us at the earliest possible convenience if a cancellation or change in party size is necessary. So, if you have a change, please let us know!
How can I make a reservation?
We love reservations! Grab a reservation here at any time. This tool reflects the availability of tables and seating times with 100% accuracy. It is the fastest and easiest way to book with us. You may also call us at 202-822-8783.
How long is the grace period if I’m running late for my reservation?
We get it, stuff happens. We offer a grace period of 15 minutes. If you arrive after the 15-minute grace period, even with a phone call, you may be subjected to the wait list simply to be fair to all of our guests.
We like to think of ourselves as smart casual. We are what you want to make us… casual, sporty, pre-Kennedy Center show – we love it all!
Who do I contact if I want to make a reservation for a large party (more than 12 guests)?
For parties over the size of 12, simply fill out this form with information on exact party size, date, and time of your request.
What if I have an outdoor reservation, and/or it is raining or there is a forecast for inclement weather?
Learn more about each locations’ patios here. If you make a reservation on one of our patios – with or without a cover – please check the forecast (for rain or cold temperatures) for your reserved time and contact us if you need to change your reservation. To serve you safely on our patios and inside our restaurants, we are continuing to follow government regulations for reduced capacity and social distancing.
Will I be required to wear a mask?
Guests are currently required to wear masks when moving through our restaurant and not seated to dine. All of our team members are also wearing masks. We appreciate your support in helping to keep everyone as safe as possible.
PLEASE NOTE: For our Washington D.C. locations, in accordance with current local government rules and regulations, we now require proof of vaccination with photo ID to dine inside. For those who are exempt from getting the vaccine for religious or medical reasons with documentation of a medical exemption will need to provide supporting documentation along with a negative PCR or antigen test from within the last 24 hours.