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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Angiebrown Restaurant Review: Come over to Angiebrown on a Friday night for dinner and you just may wind up dancing the night away. Fridays, a DJ spins old-school R&B and Motown upstairs; it's a party favored by thirty-, forty- and fifty-somethings from the neighborhood. The restaurant, decked out in early boudoir red, gilt and lace, used to be Goat Hollow Tavern until chef-owner Angie Brown bought it; she brings a taste of New Orleans to Mt. Airy with a menu of Cajun and Creole specialties including catfish fingers, crab gumbo and oysters from nearby Groben’s seafood. Service is uneven, but the jambalaya rocks.