Three Birds Restaurant Changes its Name, Now Called 'Georgetown'
New owners pay tribute to the Bell family who owned the property — including the Georgetown row houses — for generations. The new jazz club will be called Ten-O-Six.
Same food, ambience and dining experience.
The restaurant formerly known as Three Birds has changed its name to Georgetown, a nod to the Bell family who owned the property — including the adjacent Georgetown row houses — for generations.
The new jazz club will be called Club Ten-O-Six. In another tribute to the Bell family, Ten-O-Six was the name of the Bonne Belle famous cosmetics line.
New owners, father and son, Mickey and Ryan Krivosh, who also own the nearby Around the Corner, made it all official at a special event on Tuesday evening.
More than 100 people turned out for the event at the restaurant at 18515 Detroit Ave.
The previously owner, James Bell — who has owned the restaurant for the past eight years — sold the restaurant in April, hoping to spend more time with his family.
The new owners kept the name Three Birds, but agreed to change the name within six months.
That's been about the only change made.
All of the employees stayed on-board and Chef Rachael Spieth remained at the helm in the kitchen.
See what our restaurant reviewer thought of the food and dining experience at a recent visit to Three Birds.