Tail Up Goat

$ $ $
1827 Adams Mill Rd NW (at Calvert St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 986-9600
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
11:00am - 1:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm


  • Menu rotates daily, but if you're lucky to see these get them: zucchini bread, scallops with chili oil, and the corn + taleggio ravioli
  • Solid brunch menu, small portions
  • Breads and pastas! Get them all! The goat cheese ravioli was only outdone by both the focaccia (w/ meatballs) seaweed sourdough, which, thankfully, imo, doesnt taste like I expected seaweed to taste
  • $40 fixed price 3-course brunch is why I come here. The pork belly is amazing. The complimentary aperitif is always good.
  • Ravioli and meatball foccacia
  • V accommodating to vegetarians! Incredible food & refreshingly unpretentious for a Michelin-starred place. Amazing service, tooleft my purse behind like a moron & my server literally ran after me.
  • One of my favorite spots in DC. Excellent service, cheese course, salad and fish were all excellent. If u see a for 2 dish that you want to go solo on, ask and they may hook u up!
  • Medi inspired new American! Very cool , neighborhood gem! Burnt sourdough is a must try!
  • Wine list is awesome, food is great!
  • Salted cod! The portions at the bottom of the menu are pretty big so ask for the 1-person serving if you want to try a few different things. Dont skip the housemade bread.
  • The service is phenomenal. Try to order a good variety from the menu to get the full experience. The brown rice bread, rabbit sausage, pastas and lamb ribs are incredible!
  • Ribs are to die for
  • Amazing lamb ribs!!! Pretty good drinks as well. Good for an adventurous groups or a nice date.
  • The brown rice bread was phenomenal
  • Dope.
  • So lovely. Everything here was delightful- sweet, warm, welcoming staff, beautiful, cozy space, unique, tasty wine, and fabulous food.
  • Everything we had was fabulous! We started with the rabbit sausage, then had the potato ravioli with cabbage, and finished with the lamb rib to share. The service was impeccable and cocktails on point
  • The restaurant has become known for its pastas, breads, wines, and attentive and easygoing service. Lamb ribs are a sure bet, but don't ignore rotating dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients.
  • Everything is simply delicious...
  • Start with the salt-crusted sardine smrrebrd on charred chocolate rye bread and do not pass up the dukkah-spiced lamb ribs, slow-cooked then grilled, yielding charred, barky bits on the outside.

Nearby places

2446 18th St NW
1827 Adams Mill Road Northwest