Compass Rose

New American, Bar
$ $
1346 T St NW (at 14th St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 506-4765
Monday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Tuesday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Friday
5:00pm - 3:00am
Saturday
5:00pm - 3:00am
Sunday
5:00pm - 2:00am

Tips

  • The Khachapuri is their most popular dish for good reason! This delicious dish consists of cheese-filled bread, and organic egg, and local butter. I bet you can't order just one!
  • You'll find some fantastic and unique cocktails like the Not Worth the Sin in Rome made with Michter's bourbon, averna, orange grasp berry juice, and vanilla bean.
  • Get the khachapuri. It's a Georgian dish resembling a cheese, butter, and egg calzone. Its more addictive than Double-Stuffed Oreos. Also spring for the deep-fried baked potato.
  • The Khachapuri (Georgian Cheese Bread) is a must have! Let your inner fatty loose!
  • The Khachapuri is like amazing delicious Georgian pizza. The lomitas (pork sandwich) is also a delight.
  • Best lamp kofta I have ever had....to date.
  • Named after the lovely owner, Rose. She got the chef from Jaleo. Georgian street food is their specialty, so enjoy!
  • Gado Gado salad
  • Get the Chaja for dessert, it's refreshing and delicious
  • Interesting menu
  • Cool kitschy spot that may have the most culturally diverse menu Ive seen. Focus is on street food from all diff countries. Hipster vibes
  • Really cool eclectic food. Def get the khachapuri, the barramundi, the chicken skewers, and the el pastor tacos. Avoid the compass rose drink unless you like the taste of rose wash :)
  • Youre a fool if you dont get the khachapuri.
  • The Bedouin tent in the back is absolutely the way to go to try the whole menu
  • Everything is good here! Have the namesake drink at the bar while you wait for your table, you won't regret it!
  • Khachapuri, brussel sprouts, shishito peppers, flank steak with chimichirri!
  • Interesting place where you think it'd be hard to be good at so many different flavor profiles. Khachapuri was the star, but other dishes like the Jamaican curry, bhel puri chaat were also great.
  • Took about an hour to get a table. Had a drink at Bar Pilar, to pass the time. Everything was delicious, and the P3 G&T was fantastic.
  • khachapuri
  • The sheer diversity of this neighborhood restaurant's small menu is impressive, and the kitchen manages to excel at a number of different cuisines, ranging from South American to Georgian.

Nearby places

1833 14th St NW (btwn S & T St NW)
1925 14th St NW Ste B
1811 14th St NW (btwn Swann & S St NW)