ABOUT GRANVILLE MOORE’S
Local tavern magnate, Joe Englert, purchased the abandoned building at 1238 H Street NE in April of 2005. Joe’s vision was a local watering hole – one that looked and felt like it had been there forever; one reminiscent of the Bourbon Street Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar, near his vacation home in New Orleans, LA.
With the vision realized, Dr. Granville Moore’s Brickyard opened its doors on August 5, 2007 as a Belgian beer bar. Granville Moore’s soon shifted focus – and shortened its name – as Chef Teddy Folkman’s moules, frites, and upscale bar food began to attract foodies and beer-lovers alike. Now a destination eating and drinking spot, Dr. Granville Moore’s serves up delicious food and drink seven days a week.
Just follow signs for FRITTES-ALES-MOULES and you won’t miss us!
ACCOLADES & REVIEWS
Washington Post, 40 Dishes Every Washington Must Try
Washingtonian, Best Of, 2008-2009
Washingtonian, Top 100 Cheap Eats, 2008
Washingtonian, Best Bars, 2009-2011
Washington City Paper, Best of DC, 2008-2011
Washington City Paper, Best Mussels, 2010-2011
Young and Hungry Top 50 Restaurants, 2009-2010
Imbibe Magazine, Top 100 Places to Drink in America, Top 10 Gastropubs, 2011
Featured in Travel + Leisure, Food Network, Playboy, and Everyday with Rachel Ray.
Hilly Awards, 2011 Hilly Award for Best Bartender, Matt LeBarron