DC Gastropubs Overview

Granville Moore's - Beer Garden | Gastropub in DC

DC may not have the same foodie distinction as New York or Los Angeles, but locals already know there are some pretty phenomenal Washington, DC gastropubs that take their grub as seriously as their grog.

Logan Circle is a good place to start, for a delectable menu of seasonal bites and a giant assortment of handcrafted ales lie behind the tall wood doors of Birch & Barley, a haven for sophisticated patrons on the hunt for good food and a lot of brew.

Bier Baron Tavern over in Dupont Circle has even more brew at the ready – five hundred bottled beers and fifty on tap to be exact – that draws a mix of beer connoisseurs, college students, and after-work politicos eager to get down to some serious drinking and devouring of big plates of bratwurst, hamburgers, fish & chips, and authentic Polish pierogi.

The H Street Corridor is probably better known for kitschy theme bars, but hidden in an unassuming row house is Granville Moore’s, a rustic neighborhood gastropub that prepares a thousand pounds of mussels and potatoes every week – all from a kitchen not much bigger than a walk-in closet. Everybody loves beer and everybody loves to eat, so why not enjoy the best of both at a stellar DC gastropub?

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