Tysons Brunch Menu


FOUNDING FARMERS RESTAURANT IN TYSONS, VA. FARMERS MARKET WEEKEND BRUNCH BUFFET

Clear your schedule this weekend and join us for a delightful meal in Tysons, VA. We are sure to wow you and your brunching friends and family with the delicious decadence of our Farmers Market Buffet Brunch, available every Saturday and Sunday, and most holiday Mondays.

Choose from our varied tables offering sweet and savory foods, classic brunch combos, and scratch-made tastes only available at Founding Farmers. Start off with some scrambled eggs, hash browns, and our delicious Chicken Apple Sausage. Try our fresh salads, yogurts, and fresh fruit.  Next, head over to our Supper Table for a great selection of fried chicken, Texas chili, lasagna, seasonal pot pie, and more. Trust us… you’ll want to try it all.

Help yourself to a selection of our passed items, from our famous Fried Green Tomatoes, Glazed Bacon Lollis, and assorted Farm Breads. Looking for something sweet? Finish off your brunch with a wide array of our decadent desserts. Ever tried our Jefferson Donut? You will thank us.

Thirsty? You’ve come to the right place. Our brunch includes a variety of premium teas and coffee, including our very own First Bake Blend Compass Coffee. Or try one of our fresh, cold-pressed juices.

Love a breakfast cocktail? Treat yourself to our award-winning Bloody Mary, made with pepper-infused vodka and our very own Founding Farmers spicy Bloody Mary blend. We are famous for our craft cocktails, such as our Southside, made with gin, lemon, mint, and bitters, and our Pimm’s Cup, made with gin, pimm’s no. 1, curaçao, lime, and ginger.

Our Farmers Market Buffet Brunch is located at our Founding Farmers in Tysons, VA. You will find it to be the perfect place to gather with friends and family this weekend. If possible, we always recommend making a reservation. And, if you can’t make it in this weekend, stop by for our fantastic weekday breakfast in Tysons, VA any Monday through Friday. You can always join us for lunch or dinner too.

Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.