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October 10, 2009
From journal Our Nation's Capital
St. Louis, Missouri
February 10, 2009
From journal Insight from a 4-Year Visitor to Washington, D.C.
by Jim Rosenberg
March 4, 2002
In my own case, I chose an elegant 10 oz. crab cake which was absolutely the best I've ever had. A nice bottle of white wine from an adequate list of possibilities made it a very relaxing and tasteful lunch. (The portions in this place won't send you away hungry, by the way -- they are large). There is a bar and the place can become crowded at popular times and evenings, so a reservation is a good idea.
Hours of operation:
Open Sunday through Friday for lunch and dinner, Saturday for dinner. Dinner until 10:30 Sunday through Thursday, until 11:30 Friday and Saturday. Sunday brunch 11:30 to 2:30.
A special nod goes to the Sunday Jazz Brunch. It's not cheap, but you won't go away hungry and the entertainment is marvelous. We give it very high marks! In a city that abounds with great dining choices, Georgia Brown's more than holds its own. You don't need to dress up more than business casual, but like many of the nicer places to dine in Washington, it would be difficult to ever be overdressed.
From journal Washington DC - Five Hotels; Dining
by Rookie Traveller
November 22, 2001
From journal Washington, post-9/11