When you’re too lazy to cook, but comfort food feels just right, get your sweatpants-wearing bum to Ted’s Bulletin’s second location on 14th Street, where you can get the same glorious calorie-coma-inducing, gut-busting fare as the original Barrack’s Row location. You already know milkshakes here boast a straw-defying thickness; that the house-made poptarts are both crispy and buttery; and that breakfast is served all the livelong day. The pastry counter here is larger than on the Hill, which makes navigating the crowds in front of the hostess station more manageable. (It also makes for more active salivary glands, if you do find yourself waiting for a table.) For those seeking a proper supper and not breakfast, there are burgers galore. A whole rack of ribs is enough to share, but you won’t want to. Or, if you’re too lazy for cooking but also too lazy for dining in, Ted’s now has online ordering, so you can get your grub to go.
|Venue name:||Ted's Bulletin|
1818 14th Street, NW
|Cross street:||at Swann Street|
|Opening hours:||7am–10.30pm Mon–Thur, Sun; 7am–11.30pm Fri, Sat|
|Transport:||U Street/Cardozo/Dupont Circle Metro|
|Price:||Main courses $9-$25|