FOUNDING FARMERS King of Prussia

FOUNDING FARMERS King of Prussia

Located in the lively, new King of Prussia Town Center, Founding Farmers KOP is a full-service restaurant and bar open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and our Farmers Market Buffet Brunch on weekends. As a farmer-owned restaurant, almost all of our delicious food and drink – from our freshly baked bread and house-churned butter to our craft cocktails with our proprietary spirits – is made from scratch, using high-quality ingredients from American family farms. Our First Bake Cafe & Creamery located just downstairs serves light fare, coffees and scratch sodas, fresh baked breads, donuts and pies, and our famous house-churned ice cream, all available to go or for enjoyment at our counter or one of our cafe tables. We are excited to be making our way to Pennsylvania and hope our guests enjoy all that is Founding Farmers.

HOURS OF OPERATION

BREAKFAST

Monday – Friday | 7am – 11am

LUNCH & DINNER

Monday | 11am – 10pm
Tuesday & Wednesday | 11am – 10pm
Thursday | 11am – 11pm
Friday | 11am – 12am
Saturday | 2pm – 12am
Sunday | 2pm – 10pm

FARMERS MARKET BUFFET BRUNCH

Saturday & Sunday | 9am – 2pm

COCKTAILS & SPIRITS

Monday | 11am – 10pm
Tuesday & Wednesday | 11am – 10pm
Thursday | 11am – 11pm
Friday | 11am – 12am
Saturday | 2pm – 12am
Sunday | 2pm – 10pm

DESSERT

 


CONTACT US

484-808-4008

 

For large party (10+) requests, email ReserveKOP@FarmersRestaurantGroup.com

 

For private dining requests in our General’s Parlor, email PrivateDiningKOP@FarmersRestaurantGroup.com

 

For any other inquiries, email PR@FarmersRestaurantGroup.com

 


GETTING HERE

The Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) provides access to King of Prussia from Philadelphia.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76 to the west and I-276 to the east) toll road provides access to King of Prussia via the Valley Forge interchange from points west such as Harrisburg and Pittsburgh and points east such as the northern suburbs of Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York City. U.S.

Route 202 provides access to King of Prussia from West Chester to the south and from Norristown to the north. U.S. Route 422 provides access to King of Prussia from Pottstown, Reading, and other communities along the Schuylkill River to the northwest.

If you are coming from Center City, Philadelphia, get on I-676 (Vine St Expressway), then go I-76 towards Valley Forge. Stay on I-76 for about 30 minutes. After proceeding on I-76 get off at the King of Prussia exit. If you want to go to the King of Prussia mall follow the exit signs for Mall Boulevard.

If you are coming from the suburbs of Philadelphia, take the Pennsylvania Turnpike towards Harrisburg, then proceed to the Valley Forge exit.

Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.