Next month, Ted’s Bulletin will debut at Mosaic District adding yet another dining option to the Merrifield development’s growing lineup when it opens its doors on October 6.
Located just down from its sister restaurant, Matchbox, Ted’s Bulletin will start serving its menu of comfort food including all-day breakfast and famous homemade poptarts starting at 7 a.m. that Monday morning. Like its other locations – two in D.C. and one in Reston– the Mosaic restaurant will feature a 1930s theme complete with a projection screen showing films from the 30s and 40s. The dining room will have 125 seats and an outdoor patio will accommodate another 24. There will also be counter seating at the bar.
From the press release: “Executive Chef Kori Azarkhishwill dish out hearty American comfort foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner including entrees like beer battered cod served with tater tots, meatloaf with Mingo County ketchup glaze, buttermilk country fried steak. The menu also includes unique takes on old standbys like Drew’s peanut butter bacon burger, named for partner Drew Kim. Behind the counter, master baristas serve up high quality Swing’s coffee and espresso beverages while shake-tenders create a variety of delicious milkshakes, some of which can even include booze, such as the buzzed berries.”
Ted’s Bulletin Mosaic will be located at 2910 District Avenue in the Mosaic District and open Sunday-Thursday, 7 a.m. – 10:30 p.m., Friday – Saturday, 7 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.