Patio Pawty for Dog Days Deal

Bring a little relief to the dog days of summer with our patio pawty. Starting Monday through August 22nd, join us every afternoon as we serve up a special menu for you, your pals, and your pups.

Come by from 3pm-6pm for some outdoor summertime fun and tasty treats on our new patios at Founding Farmers DC and Founding Farmers King of Prussia, as well as our sibling restaurants, Farmers & Distillers and Farmers Fishers Bakers.

Designed for two people, our special menu includes two drinks, your choice of beer and wine, plus ice-cold lemonade, and more. We are featuring our famous 44 Farms quarter-pound hot dogs made with steak cuts only and always nitrate free. Guests can choose two from our menu: our take on the classic Ball Park Dog with ketchup, yellow mustard, relish, and onion; Chicago Dog with spicy brown mustard, tomato, onion, sweet relish, and pickled peppers; our Philly Cheese Dog with spicy brown mustard, onion, and hot peppers; and our Texas Chili Dog with our house-made pimento cheese and onion. All are served on our from-scratch buns with our famous house-cut French fries. Then, we sweeten things up with two scoops of our house-churned ice cream: vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, or coffee. 

But the fun doesn’t stop with you and your guest. Bring your furry friend in for our complimentary pup-cup with a scoop of our all-natural vanilla ice cream and one of our house-made Founding Farmers dog biscuits.

All of this outdoor dining fun is $29, making this a deal that shouldn’t be missed.

Stop by any afternoon for our dog days of summer patio pawty. If MoCo’s Founding Farmers is your favorite, we also have a great deal happening there. We are now serving Happy Hour in Potomac Monday through Friday from 3:30-6pm. Bring your pup along for happy hour on the patio and our complimentary pup-cup will also be available for your furry friend.

If you want to know more about how we are keeping you safe and what you can expect while dining with us, check out our COVID-19 FAQs.

Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.