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Hours & Location

View Georgia Brown's at 950 15th St NW,
Washington, DC 20005 on Google Maps

Call Georgia Brown's by phone at (202) 393-4499
info@gbrowns.com

Get Directions to Georgia Brown's via Google Maps

Monday: Closed

Tuesday - Friday
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Saturday: 11 am - 10 pm

Sunday Brunch
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
* Starting November 8th


Nearest Metro Stops

Orange/Blue Line

McPherson Square Exit: Vermont Ave/White House
Farragut North
(Red Line; make a left on K St and walk 2 blocks to 15th St, make a left)


Red Line

Farragut North
Exit Connecticut Ave
Walk three blocks east on K Street
Turn Right on 15th at CVS Drugstore
We are Midway through the block

Private Events & Catering

Southern hospitality at its finest. Low country cuisine at its best. Seafood at the height of freshness and dishes with flavors pulled from regional culture and history. This is the essence of Georgia Brown’s, and we are ready to welcome you and your guests.

Be it a formal sit down, ladies who lunch, political pundits, or a relaxed meal with family or friends, we will graciously accommodate you and yours. While we do not have a private room at Georgia Brown’s, we do have many areas of our inviting and intimate main dining room that can accommodate up to 35 guests. Saturday afternoons, and on many other special occasions, we are all yours, as Georgia Brown’s is available for private functions of up to 130.

Special menus are available from which you can select, or should you prefer, our Chef will work with you to create a Chef’s Menu for you and your guests. We invite you to view our menus and provide us with your information in the form below. Please allow 24 hours for us to contact you via email or phone. Requests submitted after 2 pm on Fridays or holidays will be followed up with on the following business day.

Bar

Southern hospitality at its finest. Low country cuisine at its best. Seafood at the height of freshness and dishes with flavors pulled from regional culture and history. This is the essence of Georgia Brown’s, and we are ready to welcome you and your guests.

Main Dining Room

Southern hospitality at its finest. Low country cuisine at its best. Seafood at the height of freshness and dishes with flavors pulled from regional culture and history. This is the essence of Georgia Brown’s, and we are ready to welcome you and your guests.

Semi Private

Southern hospitality at its finest. Low country cuisine at its best. Seafood at the height of freshness and dishes with flavors pulled from regional culture and history. This is the essence of Georgia Brown’s, and we are ready to welcome you and your guests.

Off Site Catering

Southern hospitality at its finest. Low country cuisine at its best. Seafood at the height of freshness and dishes with flavors pulled from regional culture and history. This is the essence of Georgia Brown’s, and we are ready to welcome you and your guests.

About Us

Our Story

Georgia Brown warmly opened its doors in 1993. Part of the visual appeal of the restaurant lends itself to the bronzed ceiling scroll, reminiscent of the grand oak trees that are outstretched like a lace border over Southern Streets. We also use the honey bee as an icon in our logo, designated The Georgia State Insect in 1975. This acknowledged the honeybee’s contribution to the state’s economy through honey production and aiding pollination of more than 50 Georgia crops. The honeybee is recognized as an official state symbol in seventeen states, primarily because honeybees play such an important role in agriculture and is an ICON of Georgia Brown's.

a green sign above a store
a glass of wine

Low Country History

In the late 17th century all land south of Virginia was .granted to the Barbadian planters. From Pawley's Island to the Savannah River, the Low Country stretched inland about seventy miles, Charleston lying at the heart. The seas and rivers were abundant with oysters, crab, shrimp, and endless varieties of fish. To this bountiful land, settlers brought riches from their native soils.

The West Africans brought with them knowledge of rice growing, as well as their native benne seeds, hot peppers, black-eyed peas, field peas, eggplants, and more. Native Americans introduced pecans and file, a powder made from sassafras leaves that were used as a gumbo thickener.

The Powhatan Indians showed the settlers how to dehull and soak corn, then grind it into what Southerners came to know as hominy grits.

The Africans, the French Huguenots, and the Sephardic Jews from Portugal and Spain influenced the cooking with foods from their homeland. As a result of their efforts, you can now experience this diverse and history-rich cuisine at Georgia Brown's...

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Events

Reservations

OpenTable

Recipes

FAQs

What is the preferred attire?

While business casual is most commonly the attire of preference amongst our guests, we welcome you in what you find most fitting and comfortable for the occasion in which you are joining us. We ask that men do not wear hats or tank tops in our main dining room. Thank you.

Sunday Brunch Expectations

The Jazz is lively and the buffet plenty! Whether in town visiting, brunching with friends, or sharing a meal with family, Our Sunday Jazz Brunch is a tradition and an experience not to be missed.

Available public transportation?

Georgia Brown’s is conveniently located on the Orange & Blue line at the McPherson Square exit. We are also easily accessed via the Circulator Bus, at the cross streets of 15th and K. Click on the page marked Hours & Directions for more details.

Valet parking?

Due to COVID-19, we have suspended our valet serives

Street Parking and Garage Parking is available. Most street parking in the area is Metered Parking. Kindly note that it is suggested all street signs are carefully read prior to parking in Metered or other street parking, as restrictions may be enforced during certain times of day and night.

Kids Menu

Although we don’t have a specific Kid’s Menu, all children will be accommodated from the regular menu. We encourage you to dine early with children. We will do our very best to accommodate requests for children and work to ensure their experience with us is memorable.

When is the live entertainment?

Due to COVID-19, we have suspended live entertainment. 

Outside dining?

We love to serve you on our outside patio…weather permitting…it is a great venue to enjoy the company you bring and to people watch!

Do you accommodate large parties, private parties or buyouts?

Absolutely! What’s food for the soul without a party? While we do not have a private room, we are able to accommodate large parties (10-35) in our dining room. You and your guests will be seated comfortably in a section of the restaurant and treated in true Southern Style!

We do welcome buyouts for parties of 50-130 should you wish to make your event private and use the whole restaurant. Click on the Special Events Page and fill out the form, we will call you back within 24 hours. Requests submitted after 2 pm on Friday will be called back the following business day.

Do you have gift cards?

We sure do and you can buy them online by clicking here: http://shop.capitalrestaurants.com/georgia-browns/

Work With Us

We’d love to have you join our team! Please use the form below to apply. Feel free to send in your resume even if you don't see the position you're looking for listed.

Contact Us!

Send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You can also reach us by phone at 202.393.4499. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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