The lively, beer-focused Granville Moore's has been responsible for many 
powerful hangovers. So it's only fitting that the H Street gastropub is now 
open to help diners recuperate with its new Saturday brunch. The 
Belgian-style restaurant is greeting the weekend with homey, filling--and 
at times just greasy enough--brunch fare. Braised bison brisket is cut by 
peppery arugula and served with sunny-side-up eggs over toasted French 
bread ($13.50) for the ultimate carnivore's bruschetta. Chef Teddy Folkman 
griddles flat vegetarian sausage, which he makes in-house, topping the 
patties with delicate rounds of poached eggs and a spread of creamy Dijon 
mayonnaise ($12). The Good Doctor ($13.50), a tribute to the restaurant's 
namesake, is a loaded breakfast sandwich, layering fluffy scrambled eggs, 
bacon, Cheddar, avocado and spicy mayonnaise into a soft potato roll. For a 
snack, fried French toast sticks ($10) are crisp and buttery, sweetened 
with cinnamon-apple butter and dabs of whipped cream. In true Granville 
style, the restaurant offers a special brunch beer, the Liefman's Fruitesse 
($5), a refreshing fruit beer that is served on the rocks and popping with 
cherry, raspberry and strawberry flavors. Granville Moore's, 1238 H St. NE; 
202-399-2546 or granvillemoores.com http://www.granvillemoores.com/ 
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The lively, beer-focused Granville Moore's has been responsible for many powerful hangovers. So it's only fitting that the H Street gastropub is now open to help diners recuperate with its new Saturday brunch.

The Belgian-style restaurant is greeting the weekend with homey, filling--and at times just greasy enough--brunch fare.

Braised bison brisket is cut by peppery arugula and served with sunny-side-up eggs over toasted French bread ($13.50) for the ultimate carnivore's bruschetta.

Chef Teddy Folkman griddles flat vegetarian sausage, which he makes in-house, topping the patties with delicate rounds of poached eggs and a spread of creamy Dijon mayonnaise ($12).

The Good Doctor ($13.50), a tribute to the restaurant's namesake, is a loaded breakfast sandwich, layering fluffy scrambled eggs, bacon, Cheddar, avocado and spicy mayonnaise into a soft potato roll.

For a snack, fried French toast sticks ($10) are crisp and buttery, sweetened with cinnamon-apple butter and dabs of whipped cream.

In true Granville style, the restaurant offers a special brunch beer, the Liefman's Fruitesse ($5), a refreshing fruit beer that is served on the rocks and popping with cherry, raspberry and strawberry flavors.

Granville Moore's, 1238 H St. NE; 202-399-2546 or granvillemoores.com (map/directions)
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