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About Georgia Brown's
Come and experience our lively interpretation of South Carolina Low-Country cuisine. Enjoy good southern food, servers who bubble over with hospitality, and a dining room that is truly distinctive. With its honey-colored walls, golden woods and bronze sculptures that crawl across the ceiling, designer Adam Tihany has created an atmosphere to awaken your senses. What better place to enjoy low country cuisine than in this contemporary environment celebrating the south. Offering the flavor of the South - the Soul of Washington; where we will be sure to leave a light burning in the window for you, our guests.
Connect with Us:
Washington, DC 20005
Low Country, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 10:00pm, Friday: 11:30am - 11:00pm, Saturday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 4:30pm (last seating at 3:30pm)
Between K and I Streets-2 Blocks from the White House
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer Live Jazz every Wednesday from 6:30pm until 10:30pm and Sunday's for our Jazz Brunch from 10:00am until 3:00pm. (The last seating for brunch is at 2:00pm)
We offer limited off-site catering. Please call the restaurant and speak with our special events coordinator for more details at 202.393.4499. If you prefer, please feel free to email your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer Valet Parking Service nightly beginning at 5:00pm and Sunday"s for our Jazz Brunch beginning at 10:00am. There is a fee of $8 per car. In addition, there are several near by parking garages and limited on-street parking. Please make sure to read the signs and meters in reference to time restrictions and fees.
We are conveniently located near the McPherson Square metro station on the orange and blue lines. Exit the metro at Vermont Avenue and walk one-half block North on 15th Street. Traveling on the red line stop at Farragut North. Walk two blocks east on K Street. Turn right at the corner of 15th and K. We are mid-way through the block on the right.
Private Party Facilities:
Looking for that perfect place to host your special event...well here we are. We can accommodate large groups in the main dining room with a menu designed especially for your birthday, anniversary, rehearsal dinner, corporate event or casual gathering. Whatever the occasion, we will help you create a memorable and personal event amid our beautiful setting.
Private Party Contact:
Ayanna Brown: (202) 393-4499
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Georgia Brown's Ratings and Reviews
The waiter took a long time to come to our table. He did apologize for the wait. The food was good but not great. The biscuits and cornbread were a little bland. The chocolate pecan pie had too many pecans in it. I remember having tastier dishes here years ago. You get a generous amount of alcohol in the cocktails.
The food was very tasty and presented in a very appetizing manner. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. The waiter was very attentive and patient. The dishes come out hot. This was an overall enjoyable dining experience. We were out enjoying a family gathering. This is family friendly restaurant.
The menu definitely needs to be update for example I ordered the Brussels sprouts and when they came out they were shredded. That needs to be stated because I definitely would’ve ordered something else. Overall great service would recommend that the server check on the guest more often . Would definitely go again !
The food, as always was good Southern comfort food. The fried green tomatoes are consistently the best! I had the crab cakes, also consistently good, and my friend had the deconstructed jambalaya, which is a great way to enjoy it.
Our service was a little lacking this time. The restaurant was at capacity and it seemed that our server had too many tables to handle. He was friendly, but seemed distracted. It took over 20 minutes after we were seated to give our drink orders, and when we finally ordered our food, he came back 5 minutes later and had to ask us again what we ordered. As the crowd thinned out, he was much more attentive, so I'm very much inclined to believe it was less about his individual level of service, than about the restaurant not staffing appropriately.
Still, this is a great place to eat if you want creative takes on standard Southern food and as we were looking forward to having a relaxing dinner with no time pressures anyway, it didn't really detract too much from our experience.
I had a great visit. The waitress was awesome. She was able to give good recommendations and feedback on the menu. Very attentive and personable. The venue is nice, however the ambiance was great. The food was good, my only concern is that the asparagus wasn't good at all.
We really enjoyed our meal at Georgia Brown's, it was quite good. Some highlights included a special crab soup, tomato and bacon jam stack, gumbo, and the 'Devil's Shrimp' ... even the basket of bread was pretty dang good. Our waiter took good care of and provided some great suggestions. It was a lively restaurant but not overly loud. If you like soulful food, this is a great option for rich fare. We'd definitely go again.
The crispy livers were nice, but the sauce lacked distinctive flavor. Fried meat loaf was ok, sort of mushy inside, no meaty texture, the miii pecan tart a complete disappointment- we had to ask for knives to cut the crust and there was just a skim of pecan filling, could barely tell what the tart was meant to be . Service was very good.
Host (female) was not welcoming & apologetically rude. Made us feel like we showed up to her house unexpectedly. We Were with out of town guest that questioned why we brought them there. Meats were under-cooked, vegetables/sides were overcooked - but lights were dim so you couldn't tell unless you looked closely.
I took my wife to Georgia Brown's for her birthday and we enjoyed it very much. The food was terrific and the service was excellent. My mother in law (who is by far the harshest restaurant critic in town) joined us and she had nothing but praise for Georgia Brown's. The restaurant has become a Washington institution and for good reason. We highly recommend Georgia Brown's!
We were in search of a place to have a good brunch and bottomless BuckFizz. We found that and so much more. The food was excellent and bountiful, the drinks were NEVER empty and the food was exquisite. Our wait staff was more than helpful with the menu and making us feel right at home. I greatly enjoyed the ambiance created by the live jazz ensemble that was ever ready to perform with great class and style. 10/10 in my eye and we will certainly be dinning at Georgia Browns again soon.
-Phil and Jenny
I have been to this restaurant many times. It is one of my favorites, or it was when I visit DC. First of all I made reservations in advance yet they sat us in a seat that was made at the end of corner and each time someone would walk by they would hit me or my purse and my LV would it hit the floor. We waited over 15 minutes to be served because the waitress didn't know we were her table. My plate at the table was dirty. The food was just ok for some reason and the service absolutely sucked. She had a table of about 15 people as well and she was more concerned with that table. No what can I do for making you wait 15 minutes at all. I will never go there again, which is really sad, because that was one of m favorite restaurants.
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