Groundbreaking restaurants aren’t the only thing Adams Morgan’s new Line hotel offers into terms of entertainment.
In-house broadcasting operation Full Service Radio features nearly a dozen streaming shows and podcasts that touch on hospitality issues big and small.
The current lineup includes:
- Beer Me: has interviewed Atlas Brew Works co-founder Justin Cox, Boundary Stone bar manager Colleen Gillespie, and Right Proper Brewing Company co-founder Thor Cheston
- Dolcezza Radio: Dolcezza co-founders Robb Duncan and Violeta Edelman talk about gelato
- Foreign National: Restaurateur Erik Bruner-Yang, who has two restaurants inside the hotel (all-day eatery Brothers and Sisters, and nearly ready Asian grill Spoken English) discusses current events, cultural identity, and, of course, all things hospitality
- Industry Night with Foodie & the Beast: Married radio hosts Nycci and David Nellis expand upon their long-standing weekend talk show with this new weekday forum featuring local chefs, restaurateurs, brewers, distillers, and other hospitality professionals.
- The Leap: has interviewed Soupergirl founder Sara Polon, Chaia co-founder Bettina Stern, and former food writer turned entrepreneur Amanda McClements
- Lunch Agenda: this show focuses on food activism, delving into how people, policy, and to a large degree produce (at least so far) intersect
- Origins: Restaurateur Spike Gjerde, who’s debut D.C. restaurant, A Rake’s Progress, opened earlier this week inside the Line, recently sat down with pioneering chef and Chez Panisse founder Alice Waters, to discuss the state of American dining
- Pineapple Radio: the women-led Pineapple group chats with female chefs, entrepreneurs, food journalists, policy makers, and others who influence the dining world
- Shift Drink: this industry-related show recently interviewed Washingtonian food editor Jessica Sidman and Washington City Paper food editor Laura Hayes about the local dining scene.
- Songbyrd Radio: the Adams Morgan coffee shop/performance venue mainly talks music, but still
- The Tidbit: this small business-centric show recently interviewed local restaurateur Paul Ruppert (Petworth Citizen, Room 11, Slim’s Diner)