|Inside Ted's Bulletin|
I saw that they had homemade poptarts on the menu, and I (Rob) have PopTarts every day for breakfast, so I had to try them. They were outstanding!
|Where its located|
|The "lobby" of the restaurant|
Gretchen told us that the decor came from an old convention center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that was being torn down. That included the ceiling tiles, the hanging lights, and marble wall pieces. There are only 80 seats in the restaurant, so there will likely be a wait... but it's worth it.
CHECK OUT THE MENU: http://tedsbulletincapitolhill.com/breakfast
|Gretchen and Tom outside Ted's Bulletin|
REVIEW: Recipe Sleuth: Creamed Corn at Ted’s Bulletin
By Rachel Tepper Published Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Ted’s Bulletin, the recently opened Capitol Hill restaurant from the minds at Matchbox, serves up a menu filled with June Cleaver classics. The boozy milkshakes and house-made Pop Tarts steal most of the attention, but for one reader, it’s all about the creamed corn. This Eastern Market eatery sports a menu of old-school favorites—sloppy joes, spaghetti and meatballs, grilled cheese, giant twice-baked stuffed potatoes—and no-fuss classic cocktails
EASTERN MARKET- We followed up breakfast with a walk through all of the outdoor vendors at nearby Eastern Market (which is east of the Capitol Building).