Posts Tagged ‘Ted’s Bulletin’


The now-legendary cronut, a trademarked croissant-doughnut hybrid from New York pastry chef Dominique Ansel, is getting lots of hype this summer. But you don’t need to leave the District to find equally outlandish dessert mash-ups. From Pop-Tart ice cream sandwiches to doughnut milkshakes, here are a few ways to double your sugar rush in one […]

What to Expect From Ted’s Bulletin on 14th Street NW

A super-sized Ted's Bulletin will open on 14th Street NW sometime this month with doughnuts galore and all-day breakfast. Here are five things to expect from the American restaurant, bakery, and milkshake destination... in addition to house-made, Pop-Tart-inspired toaster pastries, of course. 1. It's pretty much just like the Ted's Bulletin in Capitol Hill, but […]

The Waits Are Too Damn Long: With So Many New Restaurants, Why Is It Still So Hard to Get a Table?

It’s a 50-degree spring Friday the weekend before Memorial Day. Empty streets and unanswered phone calls show how many people skipped town for a long weekend, and Congress has just departed for a nine-day recess. How hard could it possibly be to get a table for two? As an experiment, I walk up and down 14th […]

Ted’s Bulletin Coming to Reston Town Center

Matchbox on 14th Street NW is less than a month old, and Ted's Bulletin is set to open a block away this spring. As if that (and another Matchbox location coming to Merrifield, Va., in March) wasn't enough, co-owner Drew Kim tells Y&H the restaurant group is finalizing a lease for a third Ted's Bulletin in […]

Ten Facts About Matchbox on 14th Street, Opening Tonight

Matchbox opens its fourth local eatery at 14th and T streets NW today at 5 p.m. Here's what to expect: 1. The building was previously home to a bowling alley and billiard parlor, auto showroom, and Club Bali where Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday played. 2. There's an outdoor fire pit. But you can't roast […]

Let’s Do Lunch: When Is It Worth Opening Up For Mid-Day Meal Service?

Granville Moore’s started as a place for mussel dinners and late-night beers. Now, five years after it opened, it’s aiming for something new. As the sidewalk chalkboard brags when I walk into the H Street NE restaurant, “LUNCH BUT BETTER!” Two people are already drinking at the bar when I pull up a stool at […]

Bacon Desserts That Are Actually Good

Don't waste your $2.49 on Burger King's new bacon sundae. Instead, there are some legit bacon-infused sweets around town actually worth the money and calories: Toffee-bacon donuts, Birch & Barley, $6 Peanut butter bacon pop tart, Ted's Bulletin, $3.30 Flapjack maple brown butter cupcake with caramel buttercream and candied bacon, Baked & Wired, $3.85 Maple […]

Take Me to Your Eater

In Philadelphia, there’s Geno’s and Pat’s cheesesteaks. In New Orleans, it’s Café du Monde’s beignets. And in D.C., some dishes have amassed their own cult-like followings. Sweet Corn Agnolotti at Graffiato Graffiato fans nearly started a riot when these corn-stuffed, pillow-shaped pasta went out of season last year. The popular dish will return on June […]

The Matchbook Isn’t Quite Dead, Just Ask Matchbox Food Group

A semi-regular look at a fleeting form of restaurant swag in smoking ban-era D.C. On its website, Barracks Row restaurant Ted's Bulletin is described as "a real American classic joint with a bit of style." One bit of style is especially classic—practically anachronistic, in fact. I'm referring to the old-school-style free matchbooks that are readily […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Occupy Pizza Edition

Bring your best lawn chair: the first 50 customers in line at K Street's new Fuel Pizza on Wednesday get free food for a year. Here's a peek inside. [WTOP, Dining Bisnow] More pizzeria news: a new Neapolitan eatery and craft beer spot called Menomale is opening in Brookland. [Prince of Petworth] We're No. 3! […]