Since its inception in 2016, the King of Prussia Town Center has ushered in a wide variety of restaurants, from MidiCi to Davio’s to Duck Donuts to Habit Burger Grill. On Nov. 1, it will welcome yet another new restaurant, Founding Farmers. The sustainable restaurant features mouthwatering selections such as butternut squash ravioli, a mushroom Gruyère Reuben and apricot-glazed cedar plank salmon.
So what’s the big deal about Founding Farmers? The Washington, D.C. location has been the most booked restaurant on OpenTable in that area for the past six years. People can’t seem to get enough of the homemade and authentic farm-to-table menus with scratch-made dishes using ingredients responsibly sourced and produced by American farmers.
Founding Farmers is a venture from the Farmers Restaurant Group, which, along with its five other restaurants, is owned by the 47,533 farmers who make up the North Dakota Farmers Union.
Not only is this Founding Farmers’ first venture outside of Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia region, but it’s also its largest at 14,046 square feet and the restaurant has also been built to meet LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
In addition to the restaurant, the KOP location will feature craft cocktails made with proprietary spirits, plus coffees, fresh-baked breads, ice cream and house-churned butter at its First Bake Cafe & Creamery located downstairs.
255 Main St., King of Prussia, (484) 808-4008.