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Georgia Brown's

202-393-4499  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 950 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
CUISINE: Fried Chicken, Southern, Brunch, Crab Cakes, Home-style, Catfish, Seafood
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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Locals will fondly remembers the first peach iced tea and fried chicken salad they ever ate at Georgia Brown’s. Offering “Gracious service and Southern hospitality,” this cozy restaurant serves up Low Country favorites such as shrimp and grits and heavenly cornbread. Tuck into fried chicken livers, perlau (a classic Charleston rice dish) and catfish. Of course, there are grits and greens galore. All this, plus there’s a jazz brunch on Sundays offering a knee-weakening selection of breakfast favorites (applewood smoked bacon, roasted red potato home fries and biscuit battered French toast) and lunch items (fried chicken, jambalaya and smoked salmon).

 

 

"The fried chicken is heart-stoppingly good."
— Gayot 
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Sat, dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am–2 pm.

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Locals will fondly remembers the first peach iced tea and fried chicken salad they ever ate at Georgia Brown’s. Offering “Gracious service and Southern hospitality,” this cozy restaurant serves up Low Country favorites such as shrimp and grits and heavenly cornbread. Tuck into fried chicken livers, perlau (a classic Charleston rice dish) and catfish. Of course, there are grits and greens galore. All this, plus there’s a jazz brunch on Sundays offering a knee-weakening selection of breakfast favorites (applewood smoked bacon, roasted red potato home fries and biscuit battered French toast) and lunch items (fried chicken, jambalaya and smoked salmon).

 


 


 
"The fried chicken is heart-stoppingly good."
— Gayot 
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Sat, dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am–2 pm.

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