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All-American home cooking --- from pancakes to Sloppy Joes --- is on the menu at this restaurant in Fairfax’s Mosaic District.


 

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Ted's Bulletin Restaurant Review

: This Mosaic District outpost of Ted's Bulletin has the American, old-fashioned charm of its sibling in the metro area. Featuring such favorites as creamy hot tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches, the place really warms the heart for an almost-forgotten way to eat: basic, simple, honest cooking. The menu includes breakfast selections of chicken and biscuits or a stack of pancakes all day, but joined up with burgers and fries and brownies and pop tarts (the restaurant’s own take on the classic), Caesar salads, Sloppy Joes, fried chicken, club sandwiches and piping-hot chili --- it’s all here. Whether it’s steamy hot or bone-chilling frigid outside, our recommendation is to order the aforementioned tomato soup and end the meal with a wedge of the chocolate cream pie. Patrons will find cocktail and wine choices on the dessert menu, but most people will opt for one of the thick, creamy shakes. Other locations.





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