Posts Tagged ‘Theodore Roosevelt’

Bison Tartare and Barrel-Aged Cocktails at Teddy & The Bully Bar (Now Open)

It's not just the monocle chandelier, the rifle light fixtures, and the Mount Rushmore wall that pay homage to Theodore Roosevelt at Teddy & The Bully Bar, which opened yesterday at 19th and M streets NW. Nearly everything you eat and drink is in someway inspired by him. Chef Michael Hartzer researched Roosevelt's eating preferences and the locations […]

Nine Quirky Design Details at Teddy & The Bully Bar

Theodore Roosevelt-themed restaurant Teddy & The Bully Bar is getting ready to open downtown on June 24. It's the second presidential-inspired eatery from restaurateur Alan Popovsky, who also owns Lincoln Restaurant. And like Lincoln, which has about a million pennies embedded in the floor, Teddy has some clever decor details from O'Neill Studios' Maggie O'Neill. She and Popovsky walked Y&H […]

Sinatra Didn’t Dine Here

Boozy lunches and late-night binges, soaked up with Nat King Cole’s favorite burger, followed by the inevitable trips to Frank Sinatra’s favorite urinals—this is what dining at P.J. Clarke’s is supposed to be all about. The name alone should inspire a bleary-eyed hiccup or two. Fans of the AMC drama Mad Men will recognize the […]