One of DC’s earliest and best attempts to upscale Low Country cooking, Georgia Brown’s makes the case for saying that Washington is, in fact, a Southern city. Soul music plays softly in the warm-wood dining room; cornbread and dense, creamy biscuits, served with sweet butter, accompany the entrées. Fried green tomatoes, a showpiece of the restaurant, involve thin slices of the vegetable layered with herbed cream cheese, breaded, and laced with a spicy remoulade. In another twist on tradition, there are even a few decent vegetarian options. Beloved of local politicos, the restaurant serves power lunches, dinners and a Sunday jazz brunch.
|Venue name:||Georgia Brown’s||Contact:|
950 15th Street, NW
|Cross street:||between I & K Streets|
|Opening hours:||11.30am–10pm Mon–Thur; 11.30am–11pm Fri; noon–11pm Sat; 10am–2.30pm, 5.30–10pm Sun|
|Transport:||McPherson Square Metro|
|Price:||Main courses $18–$30. Set brunch $41, $21.95 under-12s|
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Food and service was horrible. I had to send my food back 2x bc the chicken was still bleeding on the inside. No manager or supervisor came to the table to apologize for food until I requested to speak to him. I wouldn't go back. The only good thing about this place was the drinks but after being so disgusted w/ the food and service I didn't even want the free ones the manager later offered.