Farmers Fishers Bakers
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
mussels, scallops, shrimp
toppings: Bananas Foster, Strawberry Sauce, or Maple Syrup
Food was subpar ... seafood jambalaya was so dry and over cooked. One waitress dropped water off then no one can back to our table for 10 mins - I finally flagged the waitress down to order and she says oh it looked like someone already took care of you on the computer? But we’re sitting with no drinks or food in front of us. Would not return
The food was overall not satisfying had to take a couple order back to the kitchen because of the food quality and taste.
Management was nice enough to accept and hear our requests about the food and did what they could do to make it right which was appreciated since it was a Mother’s Day brunch.
We had the tuna poke' bowl (spicy but not too spicy) and the half-pound Louie with shrimp. Both were delicious. The shrimp in the Louie were especially delicious. The service was spectacular. Mia was smart, funny, and gave us all the time we needed (our lunch lasted at least three hours). We were seated outdoors, facing the fountain and the Potomac, which was a lovely place to be.
Although we had a reservation, hostess was not very friendly. However, wait staff was great, and food was very good.
We arrived and were greeted right away. However, after sitting down, no one came to take our drink order for about 15 minutes and several servers walked by.
Once we were served, she did come by frequently. However, I ordered a salad with salmon and they forgot the salmon.
After getting our to go container, and packing my salad I found a long black hair on my plate at the bottom. I’m bald so no way it was mine. I will not be returning although our food was delicious.
They also promised me a dessert for my girlfriend which they did not bring. They told me no candles and they did not sing anymore but said I could still have the dessert.
The food was great and there is quite the large selection. It was a tad noisy at lunch between the fountains and the helicopters buzzing by.
We went here for Mother’s Day. The food was tasty and our server was friendly. The main issue was the wait. We had reservations but still had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated.
Had a great Mother’s Day dinner. Great for a group outing.
Our waitress is very friendly and hospitable to us because of my deafness I asked her to read the lips. Thanks to her!
The food was excellent. The manager himself came out to ensure that the level of cross-contamination was acceptable (allergy). Our server went above and beyond. She was really nice and on top of it.
Average food, average service reasonable prices, overall a pleasent experience and a good value, an unexpected find in Georgetown.
The appetizers were actually better than our entrees. Crab cakes were more on the out of towner side, ribeye tasted like my 13 year old made it, green beans were ok, honey fried chicken was amazing and the fried chicken sandwich was good.
Food and service was great.
We had a Mother's Day reservation for five people. The restaurant a buffet with plexiglass and workers scooping you the food. It was rather strange and very hard to hear the masked workers behind plexiglass. Nevertheless, the food was very good.
Our table was outside. It was very windy and a little cold. We were on the lower level. If you want a heat lamp, you need to sit outside on the upper level. We had a waiter but did not use him much because it was a buffet - we got everything we needed ourselves.
The prince was very reasonable because kids under six ate brunch for free.
Overall, I would say this was a 3.0 - 3.5 star dining experience.
We went for the weekend brunch. The food was mediocre to good, although the cream cheese frosting cinnamon rolls were outstanding. My main issue was that the restaurant seemed totally disorganized for brunch. There are no signs telling people where the line starts, and no food signs so you have to ask what every single thing is! (I feel bad for the staff) Most baffling was that you basically had to go into the kitchen to get the desserts, and no signage there either. If you sit outside (which we did), you have to weave your way through the people waiting to be seated with your plate of buffet food in your hand. Why not have different designated doors? I also didn't feel like the restaurant was trying too hard for cleanliness, which is surprising during a pandemic. (no paper towels, bathrooms not very clean, the waiter let us switch tables and didn't wipe down our previous one, etc) I am leaving this review in the hopes that the restaurant will make some changes!
Brunch was okay, problem was none of the food was labeled at the buffet area so you had to ask the servers and with the loudness plus face masks it made it very hard to understand. Service wasn’t great, took a long time to order drinks or separate food items not at the buffet. Probably better when you’re inside on a not so busy day, but still really not well set up.
This brunch was way better before covid. There is less food now, and the lines to be served at the buffet are way too long. Not worth the money - unless they go back to the way it was before covid (more food options and self serve). Also, they don't include coffee or tea in the brunch price?!? It's not a bargain brunch, so throwing in a coffee/tea shouldn't be a big deal; it's petty to make people pay extra for that.
Mother’s Day Brunch was poorly done overall.
The food was not being refreshed, food servers were rude, waiting staff was occupied talking and socializing.
This restaurant had a great atmosphere. The only downfall was the fact that the fire alarm went off in the middle of our meal and took a while to turn off, but that was not the restaurants fault. Would definitely like to go back ASAP!
Very cold - I thought heaters would be at all outside points
Food was cold, beverages were watered down, overall a one and done visit.
Poor quality brunch. Limited selection. Not worth the money.
it was nice but windy i was told over the phone i can switch to inside table but they said it was a hour and half wait and when i ask again the said they were book and full so it was uncomfortable trying to eat and windy and cool weather
Mediocre food, good service but it was really expensive for what it was
Hi Foodie32210: I am so sorry the food was subpar and while the service was good, your overall visit was deemed "1-STAR". :( This said, I would appreciate the chance to make this right and ask you to please email me: Amy@FRG.Farm with a copy of your review, date dined & location. Thank you and I look forward to continuing this conversation! -Amy
Our Waiter was spot on perfect. He was polite, funny and just an example of a perfect server.
Awww! Thanks Mike for sharing this with us! Really made our day and we appreciate it! -Amy
We ordered from the Happy Hour menu. The value for the quality food was excellent. The portions were small ( 3 onion ring per order). The service was off.
Great place for brunch!!
Hooray! Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your kind review with our team! :) -Amy
Food and cappuccino came out cold. Server did a fantastic job trying to hide the fact that the restaurant was understaffed. He was the only good thing about our experience. Front ‘desk’ was a mess, poorly run. Had reservations, didnt get seated for 10 mins, sat us indoors when had reservations for outside, etc.
I’ll hurry back to have the Seafood Louie salad (with crab and/or shrimp) again!