Group & Private Dining in Washington, DC

At Farmers Fishers Bakers, we have spaces to create unique dining experiences from small dinner parties to larger, lively gatherings for up to 48 guests or more.

Whether you are hosting a holiday party, a work event, a family get together, a graduation celebration, a birthday party, or any other group gathering, we offer prix fixe menus, which we can tailor to provide the perfect meal and experience for you, your guests, and your budget. Depending on the size of your party, our full menu may also be available.


Adjacent to our popular bar, our open larder is a great contemporary space for an event that doesn’t require a private area. Perfect for a celebration with friends & family, or a casual gathering for colleagues, tables can be arranged in multiple configurations to accommodate your needs. Our larder is available for all meals Monday-Friday, and after 4pm on weekends.

Seats: Up to 48 guests

Reception: Up to 30 guests

Bakers Table

For a more intimate meal, our Bakers Table is a semi-private space located just off our main dining room. A cozy booth with a window looking out over Georgetown’s beautiful Washington Harbour, our Bakers Table sits beneath a whimsical art installation made from rolling pins hung with buttons from an overalls factory in Maryland.

Seats: Up to 8 guests

Private Dining

While we don’t have a completely private dining room at Farmers Fishers Bakers, several of our nearby sibling restaurants do, including Farmers & Distillers and Founding Farmers locations in nearby Virginia and Maryland. Contact us to learn about our private dining rooms across the DMV. 

Larger Events

If you are planning an event with more people, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We have other ways to host you and your party at Farmers Fishers Bakers or one of our sibling restaurants, Founding Farmers and Farmers & Distillers.

Hosting Your Party Elsewhere?

If you prefer to host your event elsewhere, we also provide full-service catering across the DMV – in DC, Northern Virginia, and Montgomery County in Maryland.