Adams Morgan, Washington

only
in
DC

Picture of street light with an old monument
Two man holding the glass of drinks

only
in
DC

Go Ahead, Get Out There

In the heart of DC, but with an eclectic and residential vibe that makes it feel anything but bureaucratic, Adams Morgan is home to a unique mix of shops, restaurants, and bars. Come ready to explore, the fun never ends HERE.

Black and White map Washington, US with some highlighter red spots
18th Street National Zoo National Museum of African American History & Culture Lincoln Memorial Dupont Circle Georgetown Union Station Kennedy Center White House

18th Street

White, Grey and Red buildings along with painting of a man in red tshirt
18th Street

National Zoo

Sign board of Golden Lion at the entrance with many trees and plants
National Zoo

National Museum of African American History & Culture

Yellow building with grasses and trees
National Museum of African American History & Culture

Lincoln Memorial

Statue Abraham Lincoln sitting on a chair

Lincoln Memorial

Dupont Circle

Statue on the fountain with trees in background
Dupont Circle

Georgetown

Picture of river with trees and houses
Georgetown

Union Station

Big hall white painted with stairs and Plants decoration
Union Station

Kennedy Center

Picture white river view building with trees and roads
Kennedy Center

White House

White house with American flag hoists on the roof
White House
Black and White map of Washington, US with red highlighter spots
18th Street National Zoo National Museum of African American History & Culture Lincoln Memorial Dupont Circle Georgetown Union Station Kennedy Center White House

18th Street

White, Grey and Red buildings along with painting of a man in red tshirt

18th Street

National Zoo

Sign board of Golden Lion at the entrance with many trees and plants

National Zoo

National Museum of African American History & Culture

Yellow building with grasses and trees

National Museum of African American History & Culture

Lincoln Memorial

Statue Abraham Lincoln sitting on a chair

Lincoln Memorial

Dupont Circle

Statue on the fountain with trees in background

Dupont Circle

Georgetown

Picture of river with trees and houses

Georgetown

Union Station

Big hall white painted with stairs and Plants decoration

Union Station

Kennedy Center

Picture white river view building with trees and roads

Kennedy Center

White House

White house with American flag hoists on the roof

White House

so much to do, so little time

near & dear

Filter By

18th Street Northwest

18th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

A long stretch of street that’s great for exploring the neighborhood.

WHY WE LOVE IT

18th Street Northwest is a mile-long thoroughfare of restaurants, bars, shopping, and more. Explore the stretch that runs through Adams Morgan: Start near the hotel at Columbia Road and walk south. Make a slight right onto New Hampshire Avenue NW to end your sojourn at Dupont Circle.

Picture of different types of pizza and toppings

Andy’s Pizza

2465 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

A casual pizza joint with bottled spritzes and pizza by the slice. 

why we love it

Andy’s serves tasty, perfectly fired New York-style pizzas that you can enjoy without having to spring for a train ticket to NYC. It’s open until 2am on weekends for anyone in search of a midnight snack.

Buck Mason Georgetown Store

Buck Mason

3128 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
what it is

Men’s and women’s clothing essentials from a beloved Los Angeles brand.

why we love it

Who doesn’t love an elevated basic? Buck Mason offers wardrobe staples that reflect the laid-back California ethos of easy living, quality, and simplicity.

Special perk for our LINE DC guests: Check with our team members during your stay to learn more.

Picture of stairs with falling water and grass in the side at old monument

Cascading Waterfall

16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

A “waterpark” you can’t miss. 

why we love it

Located in Meridian Hill Park (just East of the LINE), Cascading Waterfall is a public art work from artist John Joseph Earley. One of the longest fountains of its kind in the U.S., the waterfall took inspiration from the architecture of 16th Century Italian villas.

D Light Café & Bakery

2475 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

European-style cafe serving breakfast and lunch items as well as to-go pastries.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Ukrainian sisters Vira Derun and Anastasiia Derun opened D Light as an homage to European cafes. Our favorites are their specialty coffees — like Capuorange, a double shot of espresso mixed with orange juice — and world-inspired pastries.

Dolcezza DuPont

Dolcezza Gelato & Coffee

1704 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

DC’s most popular gelato shop.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Dolcezza crafts delicious gelato using the best available local ingredients — fruits, herbs, nuts, cheese, milk, and cream — and serves coffee and a range of espresso drinks daily.

Special perk for our LINE DC guests: Show your room key at the DuPont Circle location during your stay to get 10% off.

Hotbed front entrance with black and red sign

Hotbed

2477 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

Independent comedy club and bar.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Hotbed features the best up-and-coming comics from DC. Stop by for a drink (or three) and have plenty of laughs. You know it’s the real deal: Hotbed is also the home of Underground Comedy, DC’s premier independent comedy production company.

Lapis cafe store

Lapis

1847 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

Afghan bistro serving homestyle dishes with seasonal ingredients.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Lapis is a casual neighborhood restaurant that’s great for lunch and dinner. Serving fresh flavorful ingredients, including halal meats, the menu is full of multi-generational family recipes.

Picture of lost city books with yellow hanging decor

Lost City Books

2467 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

An old-school indie bookshop for modern bibliophiles.

why we love it

You’ll find more than bestsellers at Lost City: rare and used books stack the shelves, and there are titles on local DC and Adams Morgan history that you can’t find anywhere else. Lost City also hosts a full calendar of events and stocks curios that make for the perfect souvenirs for a friend back home.

Lucky Buns

2000 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

A staple for unique burgers and sandwiches with exotic toppings.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Double-beef patties or crispy fried chicken between buns, live music, and wild cocktails: Get your fix at Lucky Buns, a must-try hip spot that serves up global flavors with sustainable and local ingredients.

The picture of clothes under wardrobe in the white and yellow painted room

Manifest

1807 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

A destination for streetwear fans, speakeasy enthusiasts, and anyone looking for an excellent barber.

why we love it

Part-barbershop, part-cocktail bar, part-retail store, Manifest has something for everyone. For fans of design, the space, outfitted by architectural firm Snarkitecture, is worth a trip alone.

Muzette karaoke sign on the side of a white building

Muzette

2305 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

DC’s first private-room karaoke joint.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Sing your heart out at this traditional karao-cave: Choose from over 70,000 songs in English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese. Muzette also serves a variety of drinks and Korean dishes to keep you fueled up for the next tune.

A store filled with green plants

PLNTR

1825 18th St NW 2nd floor, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

A local hub for plants, home goods, and vintage pieces.

WHY WE LOVE IT

“Plants for the People” is PLNTR’s ethos, and the shop is built around the local community. Pick up a new plant friend, and be sure to check out the locally made home goods.

Sharbat

2473 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

Delicious Azerbaijani bakery.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Let’s be honest: It’s mesmerizing to stare at this pastry case lined with beautiful cakes and pastries. Don’t miss baker and owner Ilhama Safarova’s honey cake, the bakery’s most popular item, filled with layers of cream filling whipped on the stove.

Smash! Records

2314 18th St NW 2nd floor, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

Local record store.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Smash! is a great place to get lost in the record stacks. Their large collection specializes in punk, indie, and alternative rock CDs, LPs, and 7″s. You can also snag vintage and indie clothing and accessories.

Picture of Bar with black stools and white hanging lights

Tail Up Goat & Reveler’s Hour

1827 Adams Mill Rd NW & 1775 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

Neighborhood dining at its finest.

why we love it

Tail Up Goat and its sibling restaurant, Reveler’s Hour, are two of Adams Morgan’s most popular spots—and for good reason: you’ll find great service, constantly changing locavore menus, and truly fantastic wine offerings at both. Take a seat at Tail Up Goat for a mix of Mediterranean plates, or head to Reveler’s Hour for a pasta lover’s dream meal.

Picture of Front of Taqueria-Al-Lado

Taqueria al Lado

1792 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

A top-notch taco shop. 

why we love it

Open late, with a full menu of Mexican fare and drinks, Taqueria al Lado really shines when it comes to its tacos, which are made with tortillas ground from corn in house. (The margaritas aren’t bad, either.)

The picture of The Green Zone

The Green Zone

2226 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

Middle Eastern-inspired cocktails, snacks, and a great bar vibe. 

why we love it

18th Street is full of bars, but The Green Zone stands out for its truly unique drink offerings: You won’t find craft cocktails with flavors like Iraqi citrus and za’tar at your local. Plus, there’s a full array of dishes like falafel and shawarma and an international DJ lineup on Saturdays.

The picture of tables covers with white bedsheets with background of brown curtains

Unwind Wellness

1990 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
what it is

A place to exhale. 

why we love it

For when you need a break or a deep breath: Unwind offers a variety massage services, from Swedish to deep tissue to reflexology, as well as body services like acupuncture, body wraps, and facials.

Urban Dwell

1837 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

Independent, veteran-owned local boutique with hand-picked merchandise.

WHY WE LOVE IT

This neighborhood gift shop features carefully curated items including home decor, women’s and men’s accessories, kitchen and bath products, baby gifts, and more. Urban Dwell is a treasure trove for finding interesting gifts for anyone, of any age, for any occasion.

Coffee in a decorated blue cup with a piece of dried fruit on the saucer

Yerevan

2204 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
WHAT IT IS

The first Armenian cafe in DC with great coffee and pastries.

WHY WE LOVE IT

Named after the capital of Armenia, Yerevan is open daily for Armenian coffee (served with a small piece of dried fruit), Armenian mountain tea, and baked gata.

picture of big trees at the time of sunset

los angeles

Picture of street light with an old monument

Washington

Picture of the decorative balcony with chairs and plant in the evening

Austin

Building with transparent window glass having roof garden

San Francisco

Los Angeles
Booking Calendar