Reston Station Bakery Menu

Founding Farmers Reston Station, First Bake Cafe Bakery Menu

Founding Farmers Reston Station’s First Bake Cafe menu is perfect for your morning pick me up, light or nutritious, a cup of the best coffee in Northern Virginia, or a mid-day ice cream treat. You will love what we have to offer.

Looking for a freshly-made, but fast breakfast? Kick your morning off with one of our freshly-made First Bake bowls of yogurt & granola, oatmeal, or coconut chia. Try one of our nutritious and delicious breakfast burritos. Choose from egg, potato, and monterey jack cheese or try our egg white, potato, onion, and cheddar burrito.

Craving something sweet? Check out our variety of donuts, made fresh in small batches and available glazed, baked, and filled. Or try some of our house-churned ice cream in some fresh flavors in a fat straw malt or milkshake, a cone, or a sundae.

One of our biggest First Bake Cafe offerings is the best coffee you’ll find in Northern Virginia. Stop in for a cup of our specialty First Bake Blend made in partnership with our friends from local, DC-based Compass Coffee. We’ve also got espresso drinks, lattes and cappuccino, iced coffee, pour over coffee, and more. All of our milk is provided by the sustainably-run Trickling Springs Creamery. We also have soy, almond, and coconut milk.

Tea lovers rejoice over our selection of super premium teas blended for us by T Salon, NYC. Enjoy some of our fresh-squeezed juice or our Farm Health juice, cold-pressed daily.

Whether you are eating with us or grabbing yours to go, we know you will love what our First Bake Cafe menu has to offer. If you have a little more time to sit down and enjoy yourself, or want to meet a friend after a morning workout, or a colleague for a meeting before you hop on the adjacent metro stop at Reston Station, check out our weekday breakfast menu. Or even join us for our weekend Farmers Market Buffet Brunch.

Founding Farmers Reston Station has many ways to help you get a good start to your day, every day.


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