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About Granville Moore's
Granville Moore's is a gastropub with a healthy Belgian fetish, located in the heart of H Street North East (or the Atlas District).
We are known for moules-frites, steak au poivre, delicious brunch and an impressive selection of Belgian-style beers - which include umpteen 750ml bottles, rare Trappist beers and inspired randomness from around the globe (and of course some local beers too).
We really enjoy beer, food, our guests, our staff, and our neighborhood. We’d love for you to be a part of the enjoyment!
Washington, DC 20002
Gastro Pub, Belgian, American
Hours of Operation:
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Thu 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Fri 5:00 pm–1:00 am
Sat 11:00 am–1:00 am
Sun 11:00 am–12:00 am
Mon–Thu 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sat 3:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sun 3:00 pm–10:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Metered parking out front and on the side streets. DO NOT park in the Autozone Parking Lot. They will tow you!
The closest Metro station is Union Station via the Red Line.
Walk 13 blocks on H Street NE
Or walk north up North Capitol and catch the X2 Bus on the corner of North Capital and H Streets, NE.
Or you can pick up a Capital Bikeshare bicycle at the Columbus Circle/Union Station bike station
Or take the new H Street Trolley which stops outside
Chef Teddy Folkman
Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We have weekly beer classes as well as monthly beer centered events. Check our website www.granvillemoores.com/events-happenings for more information.
Granville Moore's Ratings and Reviews
Been here numerous times before and had a good experience. This time however had some really annoying service. Our waiter tried to upsell our drink orders for each person and when carding us claimed my 35 yr old friend's ID was expired when it wasn't. Unecessary and unprofessional. Unfortunate since we had come to celebrate my wife and her twin's birthday.
We've had a lot of good past experiences at Granville Moore's - with their mussels as the highlight. However, the service was lacking during our last visit. We had six in our party plus a baby and they were very accommodating of our group. The service was friendly but we had issues with the food service. They served entrees to two people in our group, while the other four waited for a significantly longer period of time for their meals. The food was delicious but waiting until your friends finished their entrees before your food arrived spoiled the experience. I'm sure that we will be back and hope that they would have worked out the kinks by the next time.
Always a positive experience with courteous and attentive staff. Brunch was flavorful and filling, coffee bottomless, and prices excellent for the amount and quality of food provided. Met up for a date here and he was impressed as well. Definitely a favorite on H Street!
Good mussels and excellent pommes frites. Very nice beers on tap. Limited menu. No desserts
Perfect location pre Atlas theater event and fun to ride the street car there from union Station. Would come again for location but not make a special trip if not going to Atlas
Overall, a fun and tasty brunch as usual. Our server was a cool, friendly and laid-back guy. Very engaging but not intrusive. Having had brunch here a number of times over the last couple of years, the only small complaint/disappointment I had was with a change to how the shrimp and grits were served. I've ordered it in the past and it was served in a bowl with a lovely stew and several HUGE prawns (like prehistoric animal size). My partner ordered the dish on this last visit and it was a decent portion but with a smaller count shrimp. He liked it but was disappointed by the change. It would be great to see the other version return to the menu. Since we love this place we will be back to see if it makes a return appearance.
What a great surprise! The staff upstairs and the hostess were great, friendly, cool. The folks really did a good job at making us feel comfortable. The food was awesome. And while some may think it difficult to mess up moules and frites, it HAS happened, but NOT HERE. They were delicious!!!! I highly recommend this place!
Sadly, this seems to be the end for one of the H St Corridors pioneer restaurant. The waiter reeked of cigarette smoke. The restaurant was almost deserted, which suprised us (used to always be packed). The steak came out cold. Both entrees were served with a basket of 1/2 cold & 1/2 hot fries. The server didn't even offer mayonnaise, just assumed we'd want ketsup with our fries. The fries are no longer the delicious "Belgian frites," just regular fries with a bit of dried party. They did replace the steak (hot, but over cooked) and one new basket of fries & discounted the bill. I don't plan to come back, unfortunately it seems to have gone significantly down hill in quality.
Great Belgian beer, fries and mussels. The rest of the very small menu has some gems, and the rest is decent but not amazing. The inside is edgy and grungy- an old rowhouse left in a state of half demolition. A good down to earth spot when you are trying to get away from all the flare.
We went because the restaurant was only 3 blocks down the street, they ran out of their best selections and they didn't have any Mule frits, while the shrimp and grits were good there wasn't enough grits and they substituted pork belly for chorizo....which I hate anyway. The chicken and biscuits were "meh" because the chicken was fried. I would go for the Mule & frits only.
They no longer had the mussels in a tomato base which is my fav. They were also out of the vegetable pancakes appetizer. Had to settle for 2nd choices. The good news is the restaurant is a vey short walk from the Atlas theater so it's very convenient to eat there before or after the theater. Be advised ... the tables are very close together and there isn't much wiggle room between the tables.
Friends were raving that the mussels and bison burger are great, but just went recently and was no impressed. The orange zest (something orange flavor based) mussels was absolutely DISGUSTING! I wish I tried the classic one. The bison burger I ordered medium rare and it was way over cooked and tastless. Frites are nothing to rave about. Go on a Monday they had 12$ mussel deals which was the only perk. NO happy hour specials. The service was not great and place is pretty dirty/grimy. They wouldn't even let us sit upstairs, because the waiteress told our host it is too messy up there. I would only recommend this place if you just want to try the mussels and don't care about the place being grimy. More of a bar feel and you take care of yourself.
This place is an outstanding hole in the wall and neighborhood stand by. Best mussels and fries in the city. Superb beer list. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Just don't mind the air conditioning unit dripping and the extremely worn-in establishment. This is one of my favorite places in DC.
Brunch service is hit or miss. The food was good... but apparently they were out of avocado, which was supposed to be included in our meals, and our waiter didn't breathe a word about it until we specifically asked about it. It's not like it's a total deal breaker; it just would have been nice to have been informed as we were ordering instead of after we already received our meals.
Wonderful hole-in-the-wall restaurant with exposed brick walls and an old world feel. The mussels and frites are the best in D.C., complemented by an incredible selection of Belgian beers. Our go-to place for before seeing a play at the Atlas and a favorite place to take visitors.
Granville Moore's is soooo good! This is my second time eating here during business travel to DC and it has not disappointed. GET THE MUSSELS - don't even look at the menu other than to choose what broth you want the mussels cooked in! And the beer list! Laid back, casual, and great service! I'll be back next month when I'm in DC for work again!
Great muscles flavorful and tender. Nice selection of beers. Be warned.... street parking only on a restricted residential area. We took over 45 minutes to find a legal spot. Dispite being a half hour late for for our reservation that staff was very accommodating.
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