Founding Farmers Opens for Breakfast starting Monday, Feb. 21

From a press release:

Good news for breakfast lovers and early risers – starting Monday, Feb. 21, Founding Farmers’ downtown location will open for breakfast starting at 7:00am on weekdays! In honor of National Hot Breakfast Month, guests can also try delicious new breakfast items, including:

Red Velvet Buttermilk Pancakes – $8
Carrot Cake Buttermilk Pancakes – $8
Founding Farmers Breakfast now includes the option of Chicken Apple Sausage or Pork Sausage – $9

Founding Farmers, 1924 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

We judged Founding Farmers in May 2009.

10 Comment

  • I’ve heard mixed reviews of the place among my friends. Some really love it, and some have been disappointed. I’m looking forward to giving it a try someday.

  • Color me clueless, I thought they were always open for breakfast during the week. I’ve eaten breakfast there during the week. Unless the took a hiatus from it since the last time I was there….

  • carrot cake buttermilk pancakes?? yes please!!

  • They’ve always been open for breakfast during the week, and the one time I went the food was terrible – cold eggs benedict with over cooked poached eggs.

    So now they open 1 hour earlier and make a big press release, this is just a ploy to drum up business.

  • Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    Red Velvet Pancakes.

  • I’ve always been a fan of the food here, but the past two times I’ve been, the service has been terrible (particularly at the host stand). Maybe that’s costing them business?

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  • I’ve never seen this place before but have heard about it on PoP. Isn’t this the place that yall said has good fried chicken? Doesn’t look like a place with good fried chicken from the outside, good fried chicken often comes from sketchy holes in the walls.

  • figby

    Horrible, giant, loud place with awful service. The food is always cold and there is always — always — a screw-up with your reservation, resulting in a 40-minute wait.

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