If you want to enjoy Belgian cuisine without ever leaving Washington, D.C., head over to H Street's Granville Moore's. Granville Moore's opened in 2007 as a Belgian beer bar but soon changed focus as Chef Teddy Folkman’s moules, frites, and upscale bar food attracted both foodies and beer connoisseurs. The decor is a mix of exposed brick, scarred plaster and old wood with worn floorboards and salvaged bar fixtures. They serve up moules frites, which are a tasty combination of mussels and crispy fries. You can choose from of five different preparations. Try the savory marinere made with white wine, garlic, herbs, and butter or the spicy and zesty tequila lime. Wash it down with one of 50 bottled Belgian beers such as the Trappist made Chimay, abloom in its champagne like flavor, or a St. Bernadus Tripel with hints of banana and sweet lemon.
1238 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002