USA TODAY NAMES THE TOP 10 PLACES TO SEE AND BE SEEN IN DC.
Just two blocks from the White House, this upscale restaurant attracts a wide mix of politicos and world citizens longing for South Carolina’s Lowcountry cooking.
This upscale restaurant attracts a wide mix of politicos and world citizens longing for South Carolina’s Lowcountry cooking. Barbecued salmon fillet, shrimp and grits, Frogmore stew (seafood, no frogs) and Southern fried chicken are menu classics that come with cornbread, biscuits and lots of animated conversation. Vegetarians find warm embrace in meatless dishes like sautéed black-eyed pea cakes. Fried catfish, biscuit-battered French toast, country ham with gravy and other brunch delights also gain wide approval. Some say that this type of food is a bit heavy — others simply nod and butter another biscuit. Just two blocks from the White House. Reservations are recommended. METRO: McPherson Square (202-393-4499)
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is D.C.’s annual springtime celebration. This year we will see the Blossoms arriving early. View our Cherry Blossom Bites to see what Chef Langermann is preparing as you EAT,DRINK AND BE CHERRY! View Menu
Love is in the air all weekend at Georgia Brown’s. We have A Special menu For Friday and Saturday
and an Aphrodisiac Prix Fixe Menu for Sunday
! Call to make Reservations, 202.393.4499.
This is going to be a BIG EATING weekend! Join us for our Jazz Brunch Buffet, with so many delights, you can take your entree home to watch the Big Game!
We’ve got the cure for the Cabin Fever Blues. Three Course Dinner $35/guest! Extended Through Wednesday, Feb.3 Check out Chef Neal’s Restaurant Week Menu
The Chef is going all out to bring you your favorite Sunday Brunch on Friday, JANUARY 1, 2016. Including a LIVE JAZZ BAND! Time to celebrate, anything is possible.
What better place to Toast the New Year then at The Toast of the Town, Georgia Brown’s. View our Prix-Fixe Three Course Dinner with Special Selections from The Chef.
We are creating some fine Southern dining with Turkeys and Ham as well as Carolina Gumbo with Red Rice, She Crap Soup and some mighty fine desserts.
Invite your guests, Create Your Menu, Order Online and Enjoy the Holidays!
WUSA’s GREAT DAY WASHINGTON speaks with Georgia Brown’s Executive Chef, Neal Langermann and Sous Chef Vanetta Ward-Jordan on how they prepare their Thanksgiving feast.
General Manager, Ayanna Brown shows you how to make a bountiful Thanksgiving table with the Feast from Georgia Brown’s on WUSA’S GREAT DAY WASHINGTON.