Inspired by The District and housed inside a 110-year old historic church, the LINE DC is the product of a community effort by local chefs, bartenders, artists, and designers. Full Service Radio broadcasts live from the hotel lobby daily while celebrated chefs Spike Gjerde of Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen and Erik Bruner-Yang of DC’s Maketto embrace the region’s diversity with American and international culinary experiences. Amplified by Adams Morgan’s eclectic personality, the LINE delivers a richly rounded experience unlike any other in DC.
No days off with the LINE DC’s 1,600 sq. foot fitness center, open 24/7. Up your workout with the help of local fitness trainer Graham King and his company Urban Athletic Club. King joins the LINE Hotel to offer a wellness program open to locals and travelers alike.
Ongoing services include a 50-minute Urban Athlete Class, a series of 20 minute mini workouts, seasonal outdoor adventure courses, rooftop yoga, menu optimization counseling and personal training.
Stay tuned for class schedules and booking instructions.
Open daily 24/7
With two James Beard-recognized chefs Spike Gjerde of Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen and Erik Bruner-Yang of Washington, DC’s Maketto in charge, the LINE DC’s three restaurants deliver unique culinary experiences as eclectic as Adams Morgan itself.
Where north meets south as chef Spike Gjerde marries locally-sourced Chesapeake ingredients with Southern foodways of Virginia to create distinctively DC dishes.
Located just off LINE’s lobby, chef Erik Bruner-Yang has crafted an all-day menu of American classics cooked from a Taiwanese and Japanese point of view while his East Parlour Tea reimagines the high tea experience.
With just ten seats, Spoken English is an intimate Asian-inspired tasting menu experience carefully curated by chef Erik Bruner-Yang, served family style.
LINE’s coffee shop, The Cup, warmly welcomes neighbors and travelers alike to the lobby with invigorating drinks and bites.
24/7 room service is just a phone call away.
With two unique bar experiences, the LINE DC builds on Adams Morgan’s legendary reputation for eclectic and diverse nightlife, every night of the week.
At A Rake’s Bar, enjoy carefully considered cocktails reflective of DC’s current flavors and ingredients, sourced from local innovative makers and distillers by beverage director Corey Polyoka of Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen.
The two bars located in the east and west wings of the lobby feature classic American cocktails, cocktails inspired by hotel bars around the world and Ametora influenced cocktails. The cocktail and wine program is led by Todd Thrasher, a celebrated local bartender and sommelier.
Full Service Radio
Full Service Radio is a community radio station that broadcasts live from the hotel lobby with over three dozen local hosts covering a curated mix of art, entertainment, music, food, politics, comedy, human interest and fiction. Created by Jack Inslee – formerly of Heritage Radio, the world’s pioneer food radio station.
Launching Fall 2017.
- 24/7 Concierge Service at the Front Desk
- Delivery Room Service by Chef Erik Bruner-Yang
- Bell Staff Service
- Lobby with Brothers And Sisters Bar and Restaurant
- Lobby Coffee Shop, The Cup We All Race 4 from Chef Spike Gjerde
- Mezzanine Level A Rake’s Progress Restaurant & Bar from Chef Spike Gjerde
- Tasting Restaurant from Chef Erik Bruner-Yang, Spoken English
- Full Service Radio Broadcasting Live from the Lobby Daily
- Laundry Service
- 24/7 Mobile Business Center & Gym
- Turndown Service on Request
- Pressreader Online News Access
- Shoe Shine on Request
- Valet Parking
Adams Morgan is DC’s only 24-hour neighborhood with live music seven nights a week, all night diners, early morning coffee shops and midday shopping at local bookstores, shops and vintage boutiques. Area restaurants showcase DC’s diverse cultural population with a focus on Ethiopian, Salvadorian, Barbecue, Vietnamese, West African, Middle Eastern, Japanese and Peruvian fare.
The LINE is accessible by plane, train and metro. Adams Morgan is located a quick 7 miles from Washington’s DCA airport, 3 miles from Union Station and a short walk from the Woodley Park Metro Station.