Posts Tagged ‘Granville Moore’s’

Brew In Town: Hof Ten Dormaal White Gold

Hof Ten Dormaal White Gold Where In Town: Granville Moore’s, 1238 H St. NE Price: $6.50/12 ounces (during happy hour) The Great Ale Robbery Going to a Belgian-themed beer bar is a good way to give your wallet the fiscal equivalent of a clobbering by Jean-Claude Van Damme. If, however, you would like to avoid […]

Belgian Beer Pros Battle It Out in Blind Taste Test

In honor of Belgian Restaurant Week, we wanted to see how well three Belgian beer pros know their stuff. So we blindfolded them and forced them to drink. Granville Moore's beverage director Matt LeBarron, Brasserie Beck beer director Maxwell Lipp, and Belga Cafe bar manager Jay Traylor gathered at Brasserie Beck for the blind taste […]

What To Eat Tonight: Pho Bo Tai Nam at Montserrat House

"Pho U," a planned Vietnamese pop-up restaurant at Montserrat House, was abruptly called off a few weeks back. For good reason, too—the chef, Toki Underground's Thang Le, had tragically died. Tonight, the pho goes on, with Marvin chefs James Claudio and Brendan L’Etoile at the helm. Menu highlights include crispy spring rolls ($7), garlic chicken […]

What To Eat Tonight: Oysters Five Ways at Acre 121

Tonight: Acre 121 celebrates leap year with a five-course feast of oysters prepared in various ways. The briny journey kicks off with raw East Coast oysters on the half shell, followed by the classic Rockefeller-style baked and stuffed variety and subsequent stewed, fried and broiled incarnations, as well. No meaty mollusks for dessert, however. They're […]

State of the Brewnion: What Would You Ask D.C.’s Craft Beer Movers & Shakers?

This Thursday, join me and several D.C. craft beer insiders and enthusiasts at the Bier Baron to discuss the "State of the Brewnion." The conversation will cover the D.C. area's rapidly advancing craft beer culture—everything from the growing popularity of home brewing and expanding beer menus at local bars and stores to what District beer enthusiasts can look […]

H Street’s Big Board Burger Joint Nabs Chef, Plans Oct. 8 Opening

Granville Moore's sous chef Mike Lunsford informs Y&H that he has left Teddy Folkman's moules frites mecca on H Street NE to become head chef at the neighborhood's forthcoming gourmet burger joint The Big Board. Urban Daddy has details on the opening menu, which includes one beef patty marinated in Guinness stout, topped with Irish […]

Another Gator Sighting: Reptile-Swine Sausage at Granville Moore’s

The recent dip in mercury doesn't mean this summer's au courant exotic protein has completely slithered away for the season. Earlier this week, Granville Moore's on bustling H Street NE ran a special on alligator and pork andouille. The Cajun-sounding dish came served strangely Italian-style over pappardelle pasta with onions, red peppers and parmesan. Y&H […]

D.C. Beer Week, Day By Day: Lagerheads’ Top Picks for Tuesday

Overwhelmed by the plethora of choices for D.C. Beer Week this evening? Let me provide some guidance. Out of the nearly 30 tipsy to-do's slated for tonight, below are my top picks for interesting happenings and tasty brews. But if you want to decide on your own, view the full calendar after the jump. Victory […]

This Week In Beer: Tour of Belgium at Granville Moore’s, Dogfish Head Dinner at Policy, Quebecois Rarities at ChurchKey & More

It's Belgian Restaurant Week in D.C., with most events occurring in the name of Belgian independence. Feestdag your eyes on my picks below, but click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. Out of all Belgian fun to be had, my top pick is the "Tour of Belgium" dinner on Wednesday […]

Gird Your Arteries! Today Is National French Fry Day

Wednesday is National Fry Day, a day devoted to fried potatoes in all their greasy glory. Cardiologists be damned! As part of the nationwide celebrations, Et Voila! in the Palisades is dishing out free hand-cut frites during lunch and happy hour. Chef Claudio Pirollo is also conducting frite-making demonstrations throughout the day. I can think […]

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