Ted’s Bulletin, the Capitol Hill-based restaurant serving American comfort food, will open at Reston Town Center on Jan. 30, a restaurant spokesman said.
Ted’s is located at 11948 Market St., in the space formerly occupied by Uno’s. Uno’s closed last spring, and Ted’s, which is owned by the matchbox food group, spent the last several months giving the space an extreme makeover.
“We first opened Ted’s Bulletin in 2010 as a tribute to my father and a simpler way of life; since then Ted’s has come to mean something special not just to our family but to those of our guests,” says co-owner Ty Neal. “We are grateful for the opportunity to join the Reston Town Center and expand into Virginia.”
Ted’s will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner in Reston. The space has been outfitted with antique bulletin boards and old-time fixtures to harken back to an old city restaurant. Ted’s has a projection screen that will show cartoons and family shows from the 1930s and 40s.
The dining room features 151 seats, including a semi-private meeting and event space in a sunken dining room. The location will also open a large patio in the spring.
Some of Ted’s specialities: the “walk of shame” breakfast burrito (marinated skirt steak, scrambled eggs, cheddar, and green chili sauce); the short rib sammy (stacked high with tender meat, Vermont white cheddar, arugula and red wine gravy served in between two slices of grilled texas toast); buttermilk country fried steak; meatloaf with mingo county ketchup glaze; and Drew’s peanut butter bacon burger.
Ted’s is also known for milkshakes (with or without liquor) and homemade Pop-Tarts.
The Reston location will be open Sunday-Thursday from 7 am – 10:30pm, Friday and Saturday from 7 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. and breakfast is available all day.
Photo Courtesy of Ted’s Bulletin
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