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Ted's Bulletin Named Best Brunch; Cuba Libre Pop-Ups

Ted's Bulletin
Ted's Bulletin
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LISTICLESTravel + Leisure released a list of the best brunches in America and the very second restaurant on the list was Capitol Hill's very own Ted's Bulletin and its "feeling of comforting nostalgia when you enter." The magazine specifically calls out the steak breakfast burrito and the Texas toast egg-and-cheese sandwich as dishes to remember. [T+L via Eater National]

POP-UPS—Beginning tomorrow evening, Cuba Libre debuts its “Pop-Up Paladares” cooking series in which chef Guillermo Pernot is bringing in a series of guest Cuban chefs to collaborate with him on a four-course menu. So from January 17-19, Pernot will be joined by Havana chef Luis Alberto Alfonso Perez for seatings that begin at 6 and 8:30 p.m. and will cost you $39 per person. [EaterWire]

AWARDS SEASON—Last night on TV, Columbia Heights' Sticky Fingers bakery won Cupcake Wars All-Stars, the very first vegan bakery ever to do so. In celebration, they'll be selling the four winning varieties of cupcake now through February 1, which includes both a Rolling Stones Brown Sugar and a Man in Black Johnny Cashew cupcake. Congrats to all at the bakery. [EaterWire]

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

801 9th Street Northwest, , DC 20001 (202) 408-1600 Visit Website

Ted's Bulletin

505 8th Street Southeast, , DC 20003 (202) 544-8337 Visit Website

Sticky Fingers Bakery

1370 Park Road NW, Washington, DC 20010 202 299 9700 Visit Website

Ted's Bulletin

505 8th St, SE, Washington, DC

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