Farmers Fishers Bakers – Washington, DC


Farmers Fishers Bakers
3000 K Street NW, Washington Harbour
Washington, DC 20007

On a recent visit to Washington, DC, I hopped on the Metro to the Foggy Bottom stop in Georgetown and walked over to Farmers Fishers Bakers for dinner. The restaurant is located in a great spot with views of the Potomac River, Kennedy Center and Roosevelt Island. Seating is available both inside and outside. I recommend reservations because this place was busy! As the name suggests, the restaurant’s concept is one of sustainability and seasonal availability. This idea carries over from the food to the decor as well. The interior is classy and earthy without being too rustic. The restaurant offers plenty of natural light. Our server was a great help and very attentive.


The menu is extensive. You can order everything from sushi to onion rings. For an appetizer, I ordered the Baby Cheeseburgers. They were served on mini brioche buns with a side of french fries. The burgers were moist and flavorful. They were topped with mayo, grilled onions and special sauce. The fries were fresh and hot. Served in a paper bag with their skins on. I am not sure what the sauce on the plate was, but I can assure you there wasn’t any left. The burgers could have been a meal in and of itself, but I didn’t stop there.


Next up was the Meatball Pizza. It arrived hot and ready to eat. It was perfection. The crust was crispy but not cracker-like. It was topped with a rich tomato sauce, roasted red peppers, small slices of meatball, fresh basil and creamy ricotta. Each bite was bliss. I am so glad I had leftovers. It was just as good later that night on the couch watching Late Night with Jimmy Fallon!


Check out this cool installation in between the women’s and men’s restrooms. Nice touch.


A view across the Potomac River at Kennedy Center.

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Dawn Fisher

I have called Dallas my home for many years. This is a perfect city for a foodie. There are always new restaurants and food events going on. I was born in San Antonio, TX. The Texas hill country will always have a place in my heart. When I was young, I spent every summer at my grandparent’s house in a small town north of Corpus Christi. They owned a restaurant and I spent many hours in that restaurant enjoying the food and the people. On Monday’s, when the restaurant was closed, my grandparent’s and I would drive to all the small towns and try new restaurants and visit some old joints. I learned to not only appreciate food as life-sustaining but also as a form of conviviality and fellowship. I love traveling and immersing myself in the food and culture. I have been blessed to travel to Europe and many places stateside. When I am not teaching school, I am busy whittling away at my restaurant bucket list, updating my food and travel blog, Fenomenale, writing travel experiences for Guidrr and spending time with family and my sweet dog. I am pumped to be joining Girls on Food. So let’s have fun and eat it up!

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