A Perfect Day in Adams Morgan
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From eclectic restaurants to acclaimed bars and eateries, their’s nothing you won’t find in Washington’s Adams Morgan neighborhood.
Head to the area early and pop into The Line Hotel. Constructed in a renovated old church, the hotel has fueled new new energy in an already buzzing neighborhood. Inside you’ll find a cafe, a full bar, and restaurants to choose from.
Coffee options abound in this neighborhood. After lounging at The Line, grab a cup from Tryst, Philz Coffee, or Lapop. Each one is completely unique and fit for a certain vibe. California-based coffee shop Philz Coffee blends beans from around the world. Tryst, is an Adams Morgan staple. And Lapop serves hand-crafted cocktails. Need we say more?
For lunch, Japanese eatery Donburi offers quick and delectable rice bowls piled high with Asian comfort foods.
Craving something sweet? Head to The Dough Jar. Yes, you read that right. DC’s own cookie dough shop, filled to the brim with edible cookie dough.
The Line’s Brothers and Sisters restaurant combines Asian, American, and other multicultural identities to create innovative dishes.
Another addition The Line is bringing to the neighborhood is the venue, Spoken English, which is taking a stand against traditional dining experience-literally. Standing room only, the restaurant encourages a dining experience centered around conversation rather than the table.
Finally, breaking barriers by illuminating the ingredients found within them, A Rake’s Progress chef Spike Gjerde curates meals using ingredients found within Mid-Atlantic farms and water sources. Mastering the terroir of DC, the award-winning chef Gjerde is serving his own flavor in this dining scene.
For a late night snack, head to Julia’s Empanadas for Jamaican and Chilean style empanadas. The post is a local favorite and the perfect snack to grab and go.
Finally, end your evening by embracing some Southern hospitality at Jack Rose Dining Saloon. Along with one of the best whiskey selections in town, this restaurant is home to traditional southern comfort food including everything from honey butter biscuits to whiskey wings that are sure to make you feel right at home. There’s also intimate tables upstairs, situated by to a roaring fireplace.
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