I've been there many times, but this was the first time for breakfast/brunch. They have a very interesting menu with lots of choices. I "pigged" out at the waitress' suggestion and got the Bananas Foster French Toast: it was very good, but I wish they had a split option of eggs and French toast since it got to be too much sugar halfway through. The blueberry pancakes were good, but nothing special. The eggs and hash with goat cheese was excellent. They have fresh squeezed juices as well.
The key idea with Founding Farmers is that they only serve sustainable food and support farmers. Since they get fewer requests for decaf coffee, they don't serve it--that part I still don't understand.
We had a reservation for 9 am, but there was a long line waiting outside when it opened, and we still had to wait in the line. But it moved fast, about 5 minutes, despite about 50 people or more waiting to get in on a Sunday morning.
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