Mussels, frites and other gastropub fare soon will be available for lunch on the H Street corridor one weekday each week.
Granville Moore’s at 1238 H St. NE is scheduled to start serving lunch on Wednesdays, starting this week, according to a Facebook post from the restaurant and pub. Currently on weekdays, the eatery only serves dinner. It also has brunch and dinner service on Saturdays and Sundays.
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays, Granville Moore’s will have weekly specials and menu items, including moules mariniere, tarragon chicken salad sandwich and ginger carrot soup.
Earlier this year, restaurant review site Zagat deemed the restaurant the best gastropub in D.C.
A representative of Granville Moore’s was not immediately available to comment.
Photo via Facebook/Dr. Granville Moore’s
Granville Moore’s and Rose’s Luxury near Capitol Hill have some of the best food in D.C., according to Zagat’s 2015 restaurant rankings released today.
Rose’s Luxury (717 8th St. SE) is the District’s preeminent purveyor of small plates and tapas, although it isn’t the top eatery in the area, the restaurant guide said. The Barrack’s Row eatery, which Bon Appétit called “America’s best new restaurant of 2014,” ranked behind Fiola, Corduroy and Rasika as the best overall restaurant in D.C.
Zagat called Rose’s Luxury a “happy dining experience” with a menu that is “not afraid of bold flavors and some heat.” The food was “worth the wait,” the restaurant guide added, noting the restaurant’s policy against accepting most reservations. Rose’s Luxury only takes reservations for its roof garden, which has one table available to diners per night in warm weather.
A total of 3,721 locals reviewed more than 800 of the D.C. area’s restaurants to help Zagat determine the region’s best eateries.
Photos via Granville Moore’s and Facebook/Rose’s Luxury