Wonderful hand made pasta, perfect risotto, delicious handcrafted cocktails. Fun atmosphere and great service. Make reservations in advance, they are always busy.
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I stopped by this restaurant after arriving in Washington DC for work. After a long day, I was hoping to relax and have a good meal. The restaurant is always packed. Reservations are essential. I would never risk a simple walk-in and get seated. Originally,...More
Some of the items we had were very, very good - fried chicken, cornbread, a Pisco Sour cocktail. Others were average, and the prime rib was surprisingly tough and had to be replaced with short ribs. Service was friendly and cheerful.
During our vacation, we decided to try Founding Farmers. After a 35 minute wait, we were seated at the edge of one table, with a group of eight at the other end. After some time, our sever arrived. She was nice at first. We placed...More
First, based on our experience, a reservation is a must (unless you want to wait at the bar for a while, which would be a good option). We visited after a theater matinee at the Kennedy Center. The food was outstanding, locally sourced and delicious....More
It's loud & worth the wait! OMGosh; we 3 were seated, waiting for our 4th & our server Nakia couldn't have been nicer about it. We questioned their amazing drink menue before ordering, but all the drinks were great! Then, there's the appetizers; devil-ish eggs...More
We arrived around 5:30 on a Thursday night without reservations. The place was lively with music and patrons, and we were seated immediately. The waitress was very friendly and attentive. We had skillet cornbread with a honey butter spread, it reminded me of my grandmother's...More