Friday, November 18, 2011

Dining In: Washington, DC - Founding Farmers

To round out the week with dining in DC, last but not least Founding Farmers. A chic yet rustic restaurant that feels like country farm meets posh urban dining. We had brunch there and I am so glad we ordered the French press coffee (so smooth and delicious).  

Pretty suspended bird lights.

The piping hot doughnut holes were simply divine with chocolate, caramel, and raspberry dipping sauces. 

I had the Benedict Arnold with Sausage and Black Pepper Cream Gravy. Quite a heavy breakfast, but I love sausage and eggs. The leek hash browns were also quite good. 

The Husband had the Pastrami Hash, which he was also quite pleased with. 

I imagine that in most large cities, Sunday brunch is a time when most of the city is out looking for somewhere comforting to eat. This is certainly that kind of place, cosy and nourishing. I'm glad we tried it and next time we'll probably try to return for dinner or lunch to try some of their more complex dishes. *Note, this is definitely the kind of place you want to make reservations for. 

Have a fun-filled weekend!

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