From left, Erik Bruner-Yang, Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka are spearheading the food and drink options at the upcoming Line DC hotel. (The Line DC)

When the Line DC hotel opens in Adams Morgan early next year, it will likely be a destination for more than out-of-towners looking for a place to lay their head for the night. That's because the Sydell Group's 220-room property will feature restaurants from two well-known area chefs: Erik Bruner-Yang of Maketto and Spike Gjerde of Baltimore's Woodberry Kitchen. (Meanwhile, the hotel project is under scrutiny by the city regarding its efforts to hire local workers in exchange for a $46 million tax abatement.)

Here are some details about what the chefs have planned:

Brothers and Sisters: Bruner-Yang's lobby restaurant and bar will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, in addition to room service, with a menu focused on "American classics cooked from a Taiwanese and Japanese point of view," according to a news release from the hotel. The Eastern Bar Parlor will serve a high tea featuring loose-leaf varieties from Taiwan.

Spoken English: Bruner-Yang's take on a tasting menu experience focuses on four main courses, one of which will be Peking duck.

A Rake's Progress: Gjerde's restaurant equipped with a wood-fired hearth will serve supper nightly and weekend brunch, with an emphasis on whole birds and small game. The concept is a culinary mash-up of the North and South that will combine ingredients and traditions from Maryland, Virginia and the mid-Atlantic for a kind of District-specific cuisine.

A Rake's Bar: From Gjerde's business partner, Corey Polyoka, who also built Woodberry Kitchen's bar program, this is another North-South fusion merging contemporary flavors and ingredients of the District while maintaining a historical perspective. Ingredients will come from local makers and distillers, and area farmers will provide perennials for house-blended teas to be used in cocktails.

The Cup We All Race 4: The coffee shop will sell Counter Culture coffee, teas and local herbal tisanes, with offerings that highlight Gjerde's whole-grain baking, including sandwiches and pastries.

The Line DC, 1770 Euclid St. NW, opening early 2017. 

This post has been updated.

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