Fodor's Expert Review Granville Moore's Brickyard
This Belgian beer hall with a gourmet soul is worth a visit despite its location in D.C.'s Atlas District, an area that can be seedy after dark. Snag a seat at the bar or at one of the first-come, first-served tables, and linger over unfiltered artisanal brews that range from Chimay to the obscure, lip-smacking St. Bernardus Tripel. The food is terrific, specifically the pots of steamed mussels served with crunchy, twice-fried frites paired with homemade dipping sauces. The bison burger and rotating cast of hearty salads, especially the kale with Parmesan, are indulgent without crossing the line into predictable pub grub.
1238 H St. NE
Washington, District of Columbia 20002, USA