Farmers, Fishers and Bakers Plans to Re-Open
The restaurant on the Georgetown waterfront flooded in April 2011.
Thirteen months after a devastating flood destroyed businesses on the ground level of the Washington Harbour complex on the Georgetown waterfront, one of the restaurants that occupied the space is prepping to re-open this fall - with a name change and few new tweaks.
The June 4 Advisory Neighborhood Commission (2E) agenda indicates the restaurant has made plans to change signage and aspects of the storefront.
The new Farmers and Fishers and Bakers will include a bakery, according to The Washington Business Journal.
"The cuisine will be built around a pantry holding fruits, vegetables, breads, cheeses and pickled items. A variety of house-baked goods, as well as sushi, will also be served," the Journal reports.