More than a year and a half after a Georgetown waterfront flood shut it down, farm-to-table restaurant Farmers & Fishers will reopen at Washington Harbor Nov. 7.
The restaurant, now called Farmers, Fishers & Bakers is opening with a new concept that, as the new name implies, features a bakery.
The 9,500-square-foot space on Washington Harbor’s plaza level also includes a reservations-only sushi bar and will serve weekend brunch as well as lunch and dinner.
The Washington Business Journal toured the new space in July, You can get a peak at the new restaurant here.
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