America's Best Brunches
Courtesy of Matchbox Food Group
Ted’s Bulletin: Washington, D.C.
There’s a feeling of comforting nostalgia when you enter Ted’s Bulletin, which may even have you missing Mayberry (that fictional TV setting of The Andy Griffith Show). Reclaimed Art Deco grillwork decorates the bar, diners recline in booths, and old-fashioned televisions play black-and-white classics such as Some Like It Hot. Breakfast is served all day, but you won’t want to wait for dishes such as a steak breakfast burrito—served with scrambled eggs, cheddar, and hash browns inside—and a Texas toast egg-and-cheese sandwich with sausage and bacon. Wash it all down with boozy adult milkshakes.
Standout Dish: Traditional beer biscuits with eggs and sausage gravy.
505 8th St. SE; (202) 544-8337; tedsbulletin.com; open daily, accepts reservations