Yes, this central neighborhood is best-known for its late-night jumbo slice and rowdy revelers. And look, we can get behind that – we're fun too, you know. But Adams Morgan has recently cleaned up its act and welcomed gourmet restaurants and boutique shops to the mix. And we like these additions, too.
On weekends, sidewalks can be clogged with twenty-somethings who haven’t yet learned to hold their liquor. Additionally, the nearest metro stop is a bit of a hike. (Not great if you’re feeling a bit wobbly).
Check into The LINE, a beyond swanky, uber-cool hotel housed in a converted church. This is the place to see and be seen when it comes to D.C.’s hipster set.