Farmers Fishers Bakers
The restaurant is upscale casual, which welcomes business casual dress, and dress that would be appropriate in a nice restaurant; this includes jeans and athletic wear, and warm-weather clothing, including shorts.
Monday - Friday: 7:30AM - 11:00AM
Market Brunch Buffet (no a la carte service):
Saturday: 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Sunday: 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Monday - Wednesday: 4:00PM - 10:00PM
Thursday: 4:00PM - 11:00PM
Friday: 4:00PM - 12:00AM
Saturday: 2:00PM - 12:00AM
Sunday: 2:00PM - 10:00PM
In love! Highly recommend the sushi!
Food is still impeccable but the service has really slipped in recent months.
Fun place with alot going on. Food was delicious and the staff very, very freindly. Great recommendations by our waiter. If you're looking for a large place with great food, indoor and outdoor seating, right off the river, and a lots of people watching this is the perfect for you.
This restaurant was recommended to us from a neighbor who had previously dined here on a trip to Washington. We thoroughly enjoyed each item that was ordered and the experience was awesome. We were greeted warmly at the hostess desk and our servers were great. We would definitely return.
A must when in DC!! Love the food, service and location.😊
OK in a nice location and the popcorn and staff were great
I got the fried chicken with mashed potatoes. SO good, and a lot of food. I had half then and the other half the next day. Their scratch sodas are really good. Waiter was friendly and polite.
Plenty too loud and a long wait to be seated with reservations. Very professional wait staff; rather expensive beer; a bit too meager portions. I'll go back, but not for a business dinner.
Great meal with good friends. Waitress was outstanding
Noisy inside. If available choose outside tables. Service is great, staff is great.
The food was ok, my fiancé and I believe founding farmers is much much better food wise, the choices are better. Now when it comes to service founding farmers and company beats every restaurant I've been to they cater above and beyond for each customer which is amazing I'm from NYC and when I'm in the DMV. Area the only place I truly love to dine in is Founding Farmers, but if you like sea food then Farmers Fishers and Bakers is definitely your go to place ask for Tony amazing amazing waiter. Thanks again guys.
I don't tend to write reviews and when I do it's more fun to call out the positives, so first I'll say that the tiki drinks are worth trying and the food is fresh and tasty.
The service at FFB however, particularly the front of house and seating, is a train wreck. This is now two seating mess-ups where we were treated like cattle and basically sneered at.
First attempt, Tuesday evening, after work happy hour. Seated outdoors. It had been raining. We were silently and rudely led to a table that had water on the chairs. Mind you...there were numerous nearby dry tables. We looked at the wet chair. We looked at the hostess. We looked at the wet chair and asked "could we please move to one of the dry tables or dry this off?" She huffed and reluctantly moved us over to another table. Ok. Cool. Maybe she'd had a bad day. We enjoyed our meal.
Second attempt, Sunday afternoon, lunch date. Reservations for 2:15 but we're hungry earlier and done shopping. We go and it's not too busy and the hostess says it'll be 15 minutes at most and to wait outside. They'll text us. They don't text us. After 23 minutes I go to the hostess stand and she sneers and says "we tried to text you and you didn't respond, oh, it didn't work. wait by the door and we'll seat you right away". We wait by the door. And we wait by the door. And we wait. Nothing.
OK, it's Sunday, it's been busy. We go to the hostess stand. "Hi, sorry, you're not checked in." Me ".........." "We were standing here and you checked us in. We had reservations, you said you'd text us, and.." Them "oh. we'll get you seated"
They they proceeded to seat 4 tables. At this point my dining companion went up to the hostess stand and said "hey, ok. last chance. should we head out?" This sounds ruder than it was. We were calm and not aggressive unlike most people in the DC area would have been. I mean, come on. At a certain point you want people's money, or you don't. Please fix your front of house issues, folks.
We wanted to place an order for our entrees and we the waiter we wanted to order them now and he said he would be right back and we didn’t see him for another half hour. We gave him our order and for one of the orders our friends were to split two tacos, one with lettuce, one with tortilla. We said we specifically wanted to split an order. After waiting close to 40 minutes(again not seeing our waiter for a long time), the food came out. Two orders of tacos came out and we immediately said we only wanted one order and he gave us a small attitude saying “well I’ll see what my manager says and maybe we can take this off for you.” This was shocking to us because we repeated that we only wanted to share one order. Anyway as per the food, we felt that the meat in the tacos, burger and seafood dish was very salty and was not seasoned well. Another half hour went by and we did not see our waiter again and at this point we are truly disgusted. We asked for the bill, which took another 15 minutes and we gave him careful instructions. There were 5 of us and I handed him one card and said put $15.00 on this card, and split the balance on the other 4 cards. He says okay and comes back and hands us back the bill. In the enclosure there were ONLY 4 CARDS. The card where I instructed him to put $15.00 on was missing. The wrong card has $15.00 on it and the other three cards have the balance of the bill for wrong amounts. Why? Because the other card was not even charged and was not given back to us. I went back inside and informed the desk of the mix up and it took another 15 minutes just to get the manager to talk to the waiter and find out what happened. The waiter put the card in his pocket and forgot to charge it. The waiter seemed totally off, uninterested in our table and seemed miserable and had no desire to serve us or want to help us. The manager comes outside finally and we explain the situation and then he goes to “correct it” and says “this is unacceptable”. Worst dining
We had a wonderful experience! The staff went out of their way to make our special event even more memorable. The food was fantastic!
the quality of the food was high, but the variety was a bit lacking for a buffet at that price point.
Post-KC concert late-night dinner. Perfect service and fun atmosphere. Not slammed but lively. Food was delicious and interesting. We’ll be back!
Great food, great ambiance, great service. Great location in Georgetown.
We had heard about FFB from several friends. It took us several weeks to get reservations and it was well worth it. Our server Stephanie had some great suggestions and did an amazing job with the service. The food was excellent we had a wonderful evening.
We came after a an early show at the Kennedy Center and couldn’t have asked for a better experience. The atmosphere was upscale without pretention. It was cool overlooking the fountain and Potomac River at sunset (we had a window seat). The food was heavenly. And besides a bit too much background noise, we enjoyed it with our entire family tremendously. The kids had no problem finding what they loved in the menu. Of special note, my pork shank was perfectly done with a nice BBQ sauce, a corn salsa and shredded slaw on top. My mouth waters just thinking about it.
This place never disappoints. The food was great, people were very nice, staff seemed really busy but we were able to get what we needed. French toast was a killer
quite energetic atmosphere. The wait can be quite long especially without a reservation. Overall, the food is too salty for our taste. It is an OK restaurant - not as highly recommended as a lot of other reviewers.
Very crowded Friday night; lots of noise. We arrived 15 minutes early, but waited 40 minutes to be seated - ie almost 25 minutes after our reservation time. We had to eat fast, and were then a bit late for an appointment. Too bad. Perhaps this was because few wanted to sit outside in the cold. Food was good, but there are better restaurants in the area.
Our server was very friendly. We were visiting with friends who we hadn’t seen in several years. We asked for a quiet area and were given a booth. The host tried to be very accommodating but the noise level was so loud it was very difficult to hear each other. High energy so for a regular night out it would be fun.
Delicious food at a really reasonable price! I had a great time.
The spinach and artichoke dip is phenomenal. And the service was exceptional.
I made a reservation through Open Table, and noted it was for a birthday meal. There was absolutely no mention or question about that. Which adds to the unhappiness with how inattentive the service was anyway. There wasn’t water refilled until I had to wait and ask. The food was good. Service poor.
We went for dinner on a Friday night while visiting our daughter at college. While the food was quite good, the service ruined the entire experience. The wait person took forever to get to our table and then pretty much insisted that we order both our drinks and food. Interestingly, the drinks came only after we got our appetizers . But the fun didn’t end there! The woman busing our food vultured our table to clear it. I literally had to put my hand over my plate and tell her to stop it ! I wasn’t finished. But it didn’t matter because our main dishes arrived and they cleared our plates without permission. The waitress did not show up for any of this . What a disaster. It’s not worth reviewing the food as the service made for an unappetizing evening.
Meal very over seasoned with salt. Had reservation but waited 1/2 hour for table. Waited 1/2 hour for bill while we watched our server cleaning other tables. Seemed more concerned with getting off work than finishing serving customers.
Our waiter, Max, did a great job. We had a really nice night. Would happily return.
Great restaurant! Great service, food options and ambience.
I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a fine dining experience. I like the food, the service, and the wide selection of wine and beer.
The open buffet wasn’t really an open buffet .. it was fried chicken with tacos + salads with no dressing.
And if you need to order sushi or shrimp or cinnamon, you need to order them separately and it would take for ever to bring it to discover that the plate has 4 pieces of sushi ( they also don’t serve ginger.. imagine sushi with nothing on the wide LoL.. we ordered another plate and it never came.... We ordered eggs Benedict and they brought one egg for a table of four.... they could have said it is a limited buffet .. the location is great though.... make sure you have have lunch before you go to their buffet ... with the current management , it is good place for tourists only.
We were traveling from NY to DC FOR vacation. The registration desk person recommended this place to us. We reserved a table, arrived a few minutes early- waited awhile for our table. The service was very slow, took us awhile to get our food. This restaurant provides no bread. We were starving by the time our food arrived. The noise level was very high. The place was packed.. still waited too long for food....
Food and service was exceptional. We enjoyed sushi, cooked seafood and drinks. This was our meal before Phil Collins Concert. We would try brunch on a Saturday or Sunday.
Worth the wait on a busy Saturday evening!
We waited 1.5 hours for app of bread and garlic. Our entries were burned. Overall horrible. The manager did the right thing and comped the meal. Unfortunately we waited 4 years to get here and finally get here and the experience was terrible
The ambiance of a middle school cafeteria—really horrific. The waitress, though, was great.
Great buffet brunch option. good food!
A bunch of my college friends were in town for a visit. This was the perfect spot for a bunch of Arizonians to dine!