Upscale buffets, bottomless bubbles, and festive holiday spreads.
“If you don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving, you can take the whole family to these local restaurants on Thursday, Nov. 28.”
“A tight labor market, mandated wage hikes and markets flooded with new competitors have wreaked havoc on many restaurants’ bottom lines. Despite all that, operators ranked in this year’s Top 100 Independents still managed to bring in a combined $1.8 billion in 2018 while generally figuring out how to beat last year’s numbers, fill staffing …..
“Whether families are celebrating something special or just looking for a delicious everyday meal, OpenTable’s list of the most kid-friendly restaurants in America for 2019 helps you find quality experiences in family-friendly environments.”
“Reservations for groups of up to 20 can be made online at Farmers Fishers Bakers and sister restaurant Founding Farmers. Reservations can be made over the phone. There’s everything from tacos to salads to sushi — plus a view of the Georgetown waterfront. Brunch is popular here, as are tiki drinks.”
“All Farmers Restaurant Group eateries will serve brunch on Labor Day. If you’re hanging in DC, Farmers & Distillers near Chinatown, Farmers Fishers Bakers in Georgetown, and the downtown Founding Farmers are your best bets.”
“To procure its 50 kid-friendly restaurants, OpenTable analyzed more than 12 million reviews by verified diners who use the digital platform. Over 30,000 restaurants were surveyed and the 50 with the most amount of “kid-friendly” or “child-friendly” rankings won.”
“Come with a hearty appetite to eateries like the Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern inside the Park Hyatt Washington or Farmers Fishers Bakers in Georgetown.”
“Three locations of the Founding Farmers received recognition. Restaurants on Pennsylvania Avenue NW and in Tysons were ranked No. 43 and No. 92, respectively, while affiliate Farmers, Fishers, Bakers in Georgetown closed out the list at No. 100.”
“Looking for a place to treat Dad on Father’s Day? We’ve got some suggestions around McLean and Tysons.”