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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 cultural contributors. Located in the heart of Adams Morgan – where cultures intersect to create one of Washington, DC’s most diverse, non-stop neighborhoods – the LINE delivers a uniquely rich way to experience the nation’s capital.
With James Beard Award winner Chef Spike Gjerde and James Beard-nominated Chef Erik Bruner-Yang heading up the LINE DC’s three restaurants and coffee shop, dining at the LINE delivers culinary experiences as unique and eclectic as Adams Morgan itself.
Golden, stained glass windows bookend the dining room where Chefs Spike Gjerde and Opie Crooks use locally-sourced, of-the-moment Chesapeake ingredients to create distinctively DC dishes with a true sense of place.
Located in the lobby, chef Erik Bruner-Yang has crafted an all-day menu of American classics, cooked from a multicultural point of view. The high tea experience is reimagined daily during Afternoon Tea.
Tachinomiya-inspired and with room for just twelve, Spoken English is a Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded communal dining experience by chef Erik Bruner-Yang. Hidden in plain sight, look for it just off the lobby of the LINE DC.
The Cup welcomes both neighbors and travelers with a lineup of locally roasted Small Planes coffees, daily baking, and sandwiches – all local, all the time.
Room service by chef Erik Bruner-Yang is just a phone call away.
From late night at Spoken English to two completely 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 innovative makers and distillers by beverage director Corey Polyoka of the James Beard-nominated bar at Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen. Be sure to catch Golden Hour, Wednesdays – Fridays from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, and Sundays from 3:00pm – 9:00pm.
The two bars located in the east and west wings of the lobby feature classic American cocktails alongside those inspired by hotel bars around the world. Named one of Esquire’s “21 Best Bars in America,” Brothers And Sisters Bars go til late, with hits from the menu (plus a curated sake selection) served in Spoken English, as well.
Alongside an Asian street food-inspired menu that includes kushiyaki (and other ideal-for-late-night bites), Spoken English serves hits from the Brothers And Sisters cocktail and wine programs, plus a carefully curated sake selection. It’s can’t miss, and open til midnight on weekends.
From the LINE DC’s art program, a Full Service Radio livestream available in every room, and a dynamic schedule of events presented in collaboration with the city’s emerging and established cultural contributors, with each visit there’s something new to see, discover, and immerse yourself in at the LINE.
No days off with the LINE DC’s 1,600 sq. foot fitness center, open 24/7. With the help of local fitness trainer Graham King and his company Urban Athletic Club, the LINE DC offers a wellness program that’s open to locals and travelers alike.
Join a 50-minute HIIT class on Monday, Wednesday or Friday morning, or stretch out with yoga (held on the rooftop in warmer months, and by candlelight in Fall and Winter). Join the AdMo Run Club for a weekend jog to the Washington Monument or through the National Zoo, and order up menu optimization counseling and personal training sessions with Team UAC.
Full Service Radio
Full Service Radio is a community radio station broadcasting 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. Full Service Radio is produced by Jack Inslee – formerly of Heritage Radio, the world’s pioneer food radio station.
In Adams Morgan, neighborhood charm meets monumental grandeur. 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 public transportation, and just a short walk from the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station. Close to everywhere you need to be, the LINE DC is a quick 7 miles from Washington’s DCA airport, 3 miles from Union Station, and less than 2 miles from Downtown, DC.
- FREE WI-FI, FOREVER
- WEEKLY CULTURAL EVENTS
- IN-ROOM FULL SERVICE RADIO CHANNEL
- TOUR BUS PARKING
- VALET PARKING
- PRESSREADER ONLINE NEWS ACCESS
- 24 HOUR CROSSFIT GYM
- WELLNESS PROGRAMMING
- MULTILINGUAL STAFF
- LAUNDRY SERVICE
- 24/7 BUSINESS SERVICES
- TURNDOWN SERVICE ON REQUEST
- DEDICATED GUEST EXPERIENCE TEAM
- PET FRIENDLY, ALWAYS
We’re dog people, but cats are ok, too. All pets stay for free at the LINE DC: no fees, no weight limits, and no hassle (plus a special, pet-centric rate that includes a donation, on us, to a DC pet nonprofit).
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