Eat & Drink at The LINE
With three restaurants, two bars, and a coffee shop (see also: 24 hour in-room delivery), the LINE DC offers dining experiences at every hour of the day.
James Beard Award winner Spike Gjerde’s A Rake’s Progress is hyper-local and directly-sourced; Erik Bruner-Yang’s lobby-situated Brothers And Sisters and his Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded Spoken English take cues from around the globe.
There’s every reason to dine in, here.
A Rake's Progress
At A Rake’s Progress, James Beard Award–winning chef Spike Gjerde cooks what he sources from Mid-Atlantic farms and waters. For the last decade at his Baltimore restaurant Woodberry Kitchen, Spike has been a learner and a teacher of the terroir of the region — only using ingredients found within his food system. Now in DC, he cooks from an expanded landscape, with a flavor all its own.
A Rake's Bar
Led by Corey Polyoka, who created the James Beard Award–nominated bar program at Woodberry Kitchen, A Rake’s Bar showcases DC’s distillers and brewers and the bar’s own preserved ingredient arsenal. The drink menu includes fruit- and herb-based cocktails, spirit services and communal punches that nod to the North and South, and farm beers and Maryland ciders available on tap. A raw bar and lounge menu are prepared by the chefs of A Rake’s Progress – no reservations required.
Sunday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Monday – Thursday: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday: 6:00pm – 12:00am
Brothers And Sisters
Enjoy a menu that rebels against the culinary traditions of our past while embracing the evolution of our multicultural identity. Erik Bruner-Yang has created this concept with his talented team, helmed by Todd Thrasher and Pichet Ong. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks, from early until late.
Spoken English is a Tachinomiya-style neighborhood space located within the LINE DC. This standing-room only restaurant welcomes open-minded patrons willing to engage in new interactions with neighbors, strangers, and friends alike. Spoken English brings back the lost art of conversation in a fast-paced city. Serving exclusive sake selections alongside classic and street style dishes from Asia until late night. Kitchen helmed by Matthew Crowley.
Tuesday – Saturday: 6pm – 12am
The Cup We All Race 4
The Cup We All Race 4 is an energetic hub centered around quality coffee and delicious, straightforward food. Counter Culture Coffee is served alongside a menu by Spike Gjerde, including sandwich breads, savories and whole-grain pastries baked on-site daily by pastry chef Amanda Cook.
Monday – Sunday: 7am – 6pm
The Brothers And Sisters menu goes way past the lobby: room service at the LINE DC is from chef Erik Bruner-Yang. And PS – our cocktail cart roams the corridors from 4pm to 7pm, so give us a ring to arrange in-room cocktail service from a dedicated bartender.