The Salt Line, situated across from Nationals Park directly on the Anacostia Waterfront, is a perfect setting for all your private event needs. Conveniently located just minutes from Capitol Hill, we can offer garage parking, easy access to 395, and a short walk to the Navy Yard Metro.View Private Dining Details
Went for the burger. one of the best in the city! Very delicious.
I met a mentor from work and we both left with a great impression that Salt Line is doing something different than other places around town. The seafood charcuterie was well executed and extremely unique with monkfish live pate and a fantastic seafood boudin blanc. Both mains were great with an Asian style mackerel and a monkfish osso buco which were well executed, tender and meaty. Keep up the regular menu changes to see what is in season!
Food was excellent. Service was good, not great. Busboy took forks and side plates without replacing. Beer took a while to arrive. One of three entrees lagged several minutes (5?) behind the other two. Water ran out at one point. Staff was friendly, though. Lastly, when we arrived, we had to ask for a seat with a water view instead of the one we were given by the front door, whereas we should’ve been offered the best available table without having to ask.
I am a vet of the business, so I am picky but also appreciate excellence. Overall? I’ll be back.
We are never disappointed! Fabulous setting; wonderful service; great food!
My daughter's birthday. Nice view of the waterfront. Right behind the Nationals stadium but no game, no crowds, free street parking, great oysters. Lobster roll and rockfish were excellent!
The burger was so incredibly delicious! The seafood was fine, but the burger is where its at.
Our party expanded unexpectedly from 4 to 5. They quickly rearranged a table for us that was in the quieter area. The service was so good and everyone seemed happy about working there. We would love to go back.
Nice place, but some dishes "missed" on Feb 16. Kale salad was great--the Humbolt Fog cheese did it, but monkfish osso buco was just odd. Understand trying to be creative, but sauce had a bitter edge similar to having burned an ingredient or in deglazing. Rockfish was nice but nothing special.Service was very nice, and some interesting beers, but there are many better places in the area, I'm afraid.
Our waitress, Frankie, was fantastic! The seafood was fantastic. The drinks selection was pretty good. Overall our experience was because of Frankie. There was one drawback and that was the desserts. The selection was limited.
My new favorite restaurant!
I had the fisherman's platter. Oysters and scallops were overcooked . Cat fish tasty. Fries and onion rings also a bit cooked too hard.
Sophisticated, highly nuanced food at reasonable prices. Attentive, good-natured service. The best of both worlds. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
Location is great for baseball and coming soccer. Also a short drive to Arena Stage so if parking at Arena is not a problem it is in an excellent location. I'm not sure how it would be before a Nats' game fro parking and easy access to Stadium.
Exceptional prices for average food and limited bar options.
Food was just meh—not bad, but lacking in flavor. This was true of every dish we had, except the rapini which was really garlicky and spicy (OK for me, but almost choking spicy).