Eat By Numbers: Granville Moore’s

When you dine out, you might think about the ingredients that go into your food, but you probably don’t think about all the numbers that make your meal happen. Restaurants are filled with interesting figures that might not be apparent when you bite into an enticing entrée or take a sip of a signature cocktail, but they’re all around you.

This week, we take a jaunt over to H Street to grab some moules, frites and brews at of Belgian accented gastropub Granville Moore’s. While we’re dipping, sipping and slurping, we find out how many dishes are an homage to the Muscles From Brussels, the astounding poundage of potatoes they use every week, and how many former collegiate cheerleaders work in the kitchen.


Granville Moore’s

Seats in the restaurant: 58, 26 bar stools, 18 chairs and 14 benches

Beers on draft: 19

Bottled beers: 60 small bottles, up to another 12 off-menu small bottles, more than 40 750 ml bottles, and several larger format bottles.

Trappist beers: Usually 12

Belgian beers: Around 100

American breweries Matt LeBarron has toured in the past two years: More than 40

Bloody Marys offered at brunch: Six, including the Mary Shon made with house-infused pepper vodka, horseradish, Worcestershire Sauce, and pickled asparagus

Get the rest of the numbers by clicking over to CityEats’ Plate blog now.

Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Parker Photographie.


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