After one runs the MCRRC Jingle Bell Jog in shorts & tshirt, because of 60-degree weather in mid-December, why not continue the great day?
My friend and I visited Founding Farmers in Potomac for brunch. I had heard mixed reviews on the restaurant, based on the locations, so was excited to give it a try.
Knowing the popularity of this place I made a reservation a few days ahead of time. So glad I did. It was packed!
When we arrived the #1 priority was coffee. Good stuff. After skimming the menu I opted for a nice basic breakfast; you get to pick eggs, meat, bread, veggie.
I went for scrambled eggs, turkey sausage, wheat bread and a green salad.
Very nicely cooked eggs. The salad was great. There were grapes tomatoes, avocados and almonds in there with a nice light dressing. The price was under $10.
Complaints: they wondered why we wanted jam for our bread and brought us maybe a single serving for the two of us. It frustrated them to bring more.
Then we got the check. It was just over $20 — my friend ordered the sausage, mushroom & spinach pan scramble. We were floored (in a good way)! Then we noticed they didn’t charge us for the coffee (not a major cost to the restaurant). After we gave the waitress the credit card to run, she came back and let us know she forgot to charge us the $3+ each for the coffee and would now need to include it. Seemed like something unnecessary based on the fact that it was her fault and it was only coffee. Not worth the fight.