BISMARCK, N.D. - A waterfront restaurant in Washington, D.C., that closed down last year because of flooding has a new look.
Farmers Fishers Bakers, formerly known as Farmers and Fishers, is scheduled to open in November. The waterfront restaurant is located in the Georgetown area, 10 blocks from its sister restaurant, Founding Farmers.
The new eatery will seat about 290 people, including 150 in the main dining room, 70 on the patio, 25 in the bar area and eight at the reservations-only sushi bar.
In addition to sushi, the restaurant will feature pizza, fresh seafood, burgers, pastries and an open pantry with pickled and canned produce, jams and sauces.
The North Dakota Farmers Union also has ties to the Founding Farmers Potomac restaurant in Potomac, Maryland.
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