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Granville Moore's, Northeast

1238 H Street N.E.
Washington, D.C.
20002's insider take:

Washington's newest nightlife destination stretches along a formerly rundown section of H Street in northeast DC. Crowds descend each night to check out theme bars like Red Palace, play skee ball and mini-golf at H Street Country Club, or grab a pint of He'brew ale at the Jewish-deli-meets-Irish-pub Star & Shamrock. And while those spots are all a blast, our favorite is the bells-and-whistles–free gastropub Granville Moore's. Sturdy wooden beams, exposed brick walls, and fixtures salvaged from old taverns and farmhouses make the place feel like they've been drawing pints here for centuries. A chalkboard lists the Belgian beers and American craft brews on offer, and the tiny kitchen turns out excellent moules frites. It's the ideal place to kick off a night of revelry before venturing on to the street's other watering holes.—Colleen Clark

Open Sundays through Thursdays 5 pm till midnight, Fridays and Saturdays 5 pm to 3 am.

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