Overview

Eat & Drink at The LINE

With three restaurants, two bars, and a coffee shop (see also: 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.

 

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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 has an expanded landscape, with a flavor all its own. His kitchen is led by his longtime Executive Chef Opie Crooks.

A Rake’s Progress is accessibility-friendly. 

HOURS
Supper
Sunday: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Wednesday – Thursday: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Friday – Saturday: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Brunch
Sunday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Thanksgiving
12:00pm – 7:00pm

 

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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 hyper-seasonal drink menu is divided between innovative fruit- and herb-based cocktails, classics, and Rakehouse spirits: private barrel collaborations exclusive to the bar. A selection of farm beers and Maryland ciders are also available on tap. A raw bar and lounge menu is prepared by the chefs of A Rake’s Progress – no reservations required.

A Rake’s Bar is accessibility-friendly.

Hours

Sunday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Wednesday – Thursday: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday: 6:00pm – 12:00am

 

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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.

Brothers And Sisters is accessibility-friendly.

LOBBY HOURS
Sunday – Thursday
Breakfast: 6:30am – 10:30am
Lunch & Dinner: 11:30am – 10pm
Afternoon Tea: 4pm – 5:30pm
Friday – Saturday
Breakfast: 6:30am – 10:30am
Lunch & Dinner 11:30am – 10pm
Afternoon Tea: 4pm – 5:30pm
Friday – Saturday
Late Night Menu: 11pm – 2am
BAR HOURS

Monday – Thursday: 11am – 2am
Friday: 11am – 3am
Saturday: 9am – 3am
Sunday: 9am – 2am

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SPOKEN ENGLISH

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.

Spoken English is accessibility-friendly. Please contact for seated and other options.

Hours

Tuesday – Saturday: 6pm – 12am

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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 Gjerdeincluding sandwich breads, savories and whole-grain pastries baked on-site daily by pastry chef Beth Bosmeny.

The Cup We All Race 4 is accessibility-friendly.

Hours

Monday – Sunday: 7am – 2pm

 

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Delivery

The Brothers And Sisters menu goes way past the lobby: room service at the LINE DC is by chef Erik Bruner-Yang.

HOURS
Sun – Thurs, 6:30am – 10pm
Fri – Sat, 6:30am – 12am

202 588 0525
1770 Euclid Street NW
Washington DC 20009