Granville Moores Restaurant in Washington DC

Granville Moores Restaurant Washington DC

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Granville Moores Restaurant in Washington DC Fantastic local restaurant and bar! Great food and excellent staff. Beef stew, gnocchi, sandwiches, and poutine are full of flavor and amazing!

  • Name : Granville Moores Restaurant
  • Worktime : , 5:00–9:00pm
  • Type : Belgian food restaurant
  • Assessment :
  • Prices : $$
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Granville Moores Restaurant Washington DC Address :

1238 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002،

Granville Moores Restaurant Washington DC Phone number :

+12023992546

Best seller :

mussels
Steak
Crab cakes

Granville Moores Restaurant Menu :

 

Granville Moores Restaurant Menu

Granville Moores Restaurant Menu

Granville Moores Restaurant Menu

Granville Moores Restaurant Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1:

Oh my! Second visit finally reviewing. The bar staff are fab – discussed what I was drinking, what I thought of it, then – unsolicited- made a great rec for my next one. Good brunch, even better mussels. The atmosphere is wonderful.

I can’t recommend Granville Moore’s enough. Chef Ryan, who also heads The Queen Vic a few doors down, is a master at everything he touches. I worked with him at Hook Hall over the summer and he runs a tight kitchen and is super kind to his staff.

comment 2:

This quaint little bar is 5 stars all the way . Mussels are the name of the game. Chowder and Thai style are the must orders. Double cooked fries are super crispy. The wings are Smokey and just a little spicy. Incredible beer list. Date night or friends and family night , great spot. Can’t wait to be back.

comment 3:

This is that rare spot that looks and feels like a hole-in-the-wall but has top-tier food. My wife and I came here for dinner before catching a show at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The place was a bit tricky to find, but it was exactly what we were after: great food, well-groomed beer selection, and good atmosphere.

The steak was perfectly prepared, the crab cakes were meaty, and the portions were generous. I didn’t try the mussels, but I wish I had. I recommend making reservations if you want to sit at a table; most of the space is reserved for the downstairs and upstairs bars, both of which were filling up by 6:30pm.
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