This popular, co-op owned Washington Harbour eatery serves up modern American farmhouse fare and sushi in a whimsical, modern-rustic setting with stunning views of the Potomac.
“The menu is inspired by Americana, farmhouse tradition, and seasonality. From a sushi bar to jambalaya, Farmers Fishers Bakers offers a diverse selection of regionally inspired, fresh dishes. Emphasis on fresh. The only freezer in the kitchen is the one used for ice cream. Many dishes are designed to be shared (described as "farmhouse style" instead of family style). Favorites like the Brick Oven Pretzels (comes with several dipping sauces) and the pizzas offer plenty of choices for group dining. Throw in the views of the waterfront and ice skating rink (for the winter) and Farmers Fishers Bakers is one of the best places in DC to dine while taking in a view.” – Serious Eats
“The kitchen does a terrific burger with blue cheese and sweet onions, packing seven ounces of house-ground beef in a tender, lightly toasted bun baked not far from where you’re eating it. Like all sandwiches, it comes with a choice of sides... Potato salad with pickled vegetables is a joy. So is a main course of short ribs, gutsy from its marinade of soy sauce, ginger and lime and shored up with a tamale cradling sweet corn puree. The turf-and-turf is my favorite memory of Farmers Fishers Bakers. Close behind is the juicy brick-cooked chicken, shot through with thyme and lemon.” – Washington Post
Open and airy, the LEED-certified space designed by Grizform Design, is modern-rustic -- with playful, farm-centric touches like wheat embedded into the resin bar, arty farm implements, and a goat suspended from the ceiling. Wall coverings range from reclaimed barn wood to rolling pins to old tractor tires (and more!). The heated, year-round patio offers gorgeous views of the Potomac and the Georgetown Waterfront fountain (which becomes an ice skating rink in the winter).
3000 K Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20007