THE LINE IN SPRINGTIME
In order to protect the health and safety of our guests and employees, our LINE LA restaurants and bars are temporarily closed for dine-in service until further notice, as are any events that would have encouraged gathering. Please check our Food & Drink page for the most up-to-date information on restaurant closures. Your wellbeing is our priority – please practice social distancing if venturing out for meals and supplies.
Spring is the new summer, and the next few months at the LINE LA are stretching towards the sun. Our take on the season includes cultural events in celebration of Women’s Month, sun-soaked greenhouse brunches and poolside hangs, happy hour cocktails at Lobby Bar, and LA’s best view. Meet us here (and PS – Stay Local or stay the night: we’re just saying, we’ve got rooms, too).
We kicked off Women’s History Month with Yola Mezcal and Katie Pearlman, REL, and Pearl Charles. We danced from night into International Women’s Day with Noodles as part of The Girls Room series, a monthly music night celebrating female musicians. We’re ending the month with Full Service Radio listening to Christine Meinders of Feminist.AI who’s pushing female and non binary voices to the front in this new tech space.
A TIME FOR WAITING
As part of our ongoing artist-in-residency program in the Lobby, LA artist Michael Bala is featuring his sculptural artworks, inspired by the lobby dweller. This series is curated by Office & Gallery, a conceptual office with a focus for creating space for emerging artists in our community.
DIP THOSE TOES IN
While we formally celebrate the kick-off to pool season on Memorial Day, the LINE LA’s pool is open year-round, and the sun shines extra-warm come spring. Exclusive to guests during the weekdays, join us for bites by the pool, frozen (famous) cocktails, and vinyl DJ sets with residencies starting in April.
MEET AT LOBBY BAR
Just the classics – with a Koreatown twist. Lobby Bar is a gathering spot for locals and travelers alike: an unpretentious hang that keeps the good stuff simple. With a desert-island-lineup of cocktails by celebrated barman Leo Robitschek (aka Sydell’s James Beard award-winning VP of Food & Beverage), each drink veers off course – in the very best way – with nods to surrounding K-Town, Angeleno inspirations, and chill retro vibes.
KISS KISS BANG BANG
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a deco-disco dreamscape brought to you by the Houston Brothers. This is their third concept at the LINE LA – sliding up alongside the ‘80s-soaked nostalgia machine Break Room 86 and the exclusive suite experience upstairs, The Speek. The brothers are creating an homage to the glitz and glam of the disco era, combined with a Gatsby-esque decadence of the roaring 20s.
GREENHOUSES ARE FOR GROWING...
…and for going to Brunch. Dine in style at Openaire with a brunch menu full of seasonal, California-inspired menu items like warm-baked cinnamon rolls with vanilla-lemon cream frosting and a ginger kombucha slushie, all from two Michelin star Chef Josiah Citrin.
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