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WARM UP TO WINTER

Winter, here: the LINE DC is your central location for city-wide exploration, and where locals and travelers alike gather over local art, cultural events, and dining experiences. From Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day (and until the first Cherry Blossom takes bloom) – you’ll come for the night, but stay for the season.

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GOLDEN HOUR

Golden Hour at A Rake’s Bar means $5 Old Fashioneds, $7 pours from a lineup of sommelier picks, $4 Tall Boys (local, of course), and more – including $6 menu items from Chef Opie Crooks and the team behind A Rake’s Progress.

Happy Hour just got golden. Join us starting Sunday, February 16.

Sunday 3:00pm – 9:00pm

Wednesday – Friday 6:00pm – 8:00pm

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A RAKE'S PROGRESS SUPPER SERIES

In the latest edition of the Supper Series at A Rake’s Progress, Chef Opie Crooks of is teaming up with Chef Bobo Catoe of Richmond’s Alewife on Wednesday, February 19 for a family-style meal celebrating Chesapeake seafood and Virginia slow-cooking.

With Whole Roasted Fish and Crispy Pig’s Head Bao, Sugartoads, a Chesapeake Seafood Tower, and much more on the menu – all paired with wine selections from the Rake’s cellar chosen by Sommelier Felicia Colbert – this is going to be one for the books.

This edition of the Rake’s Supper Series is $120, which includes tax and gratuity.

Named in both GQ and Esquire’s Best New Restaurants in America, Alewife opened in Richmond’s Church Hill Neighborhood in 2018 with a commitment to sustainable seafood and local sourcing.

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ROBIN HA ART

The LINE DC is both canvas and gallery, and author and illustrator Robin Ha has created a site-specific, hand-painted winter wonderland on the entry mirror at A Rake’s Progress. Photos never not encouraged.

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