Georgia Brown’s

950 15th Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20005, United States

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(202) 393-4499

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.

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