Restaurants

Ted’s Bulletin opening new location at One Loudoun

More big restaurant news — this time in Ashburn. Ted’s Bulletin — a popular American-style eatery with six locations in the DC area — has signed a deal that will bring a new location to One Loudoun.

The former B One Loudoun space that will become Ted’s Bulletin.

We’re told the Ted’s will be taking over the space vacated by B One Loudoun (sometimes known as Burger Beer and Bourbon because of the sign that hung on the facade). This spot is across the street from the Sense of Thai restaurant and kitty corner from Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

For those not familiar with the Ted’s Bulletin name, the restaurant got its start 2010 on Capitol Hill. Today, there are two DC locations as well as stores in Reston, Fairfax, Arlington and Gaithersburg.

The brand describes itself as a neighborhood eatery that takes “a creative and contemporary approach to classic American dishes and cocktails.”

The concept at Ted’s Bulletin starts with their all-day brunch. Dishes such as Huevos Rancheros, Avocado Toast, and Nana’s Biscuits and Sausage Gravy are available all day.

But the menu doesn’t stop at breakfast-style food. They have appetizers like Fried Cauliflower, Loaded Tots, and Deviled Eggs. And entrees include Fish & Chips, Chicken Piccata, Short Rib Pot Roast, and Steak Frites.

Ted’s Tarts. (Image here and at top courtesy Ted’s Bulletin)

There are also soups, salads, milkshakes and yes, they have a full bar as well. Ted’s is also known for its Ted’s Tarts — homemade breakfast pastries that are similar to Pop Tarts. (They can’t say that because the name is trademarked, but we can.) You can check out the full Ted’s Bulletin menu here.

If you like interesting backstories, Ted’s Bulletin was originally founded by the same folks who created Matchbox, a DC-area restaurant brand known for its pizza (which has a busy location at One Loudoun). However they sold Ted’s in 2017 to Steve Salis, another DC-area restauranteur who was one of the founders of &pizza (which is getting ready to open a One Loudoun store anytime now).

The bar at the Ted’s Bulletin in Ballston Quarter.

No official word on when Ted’s will open at One Loudoun. They will need to do work on the vacant space to turn it into Ted’s cozy and casual style. But sometime later this year is likely.

Meanwhile, we mentioned this was the just the latest big restaurant news for the Loudoun community. Just last week, The Burn broke the news that Mezeh Mediterranean Grill is opening its first Loudoun location at Compass Creek in Leesburg. And Milk & Honey, another restaurant specializing in brunch cuisine, is headed to the Dulles 28 Centre in Sterling.

8 Comments
  1. Antone Balbo 7 months ago
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    The location in the article is slightly incorrect. What was described is actually the location of Potomac River Running. Ted’s location will be one block down, at intersection of Provincetown and Exchange, across the street from Sense of Thai St and kitty corner to the northeast corner of Barnes & Noble.

    • Chris Wadsworth 7 months ago
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      You are correct. Thank you. We have updated the story to reflect the correct location. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

  2. Marla Minnicino 7 months ago
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    Great news! I love Ted’s Bulletin in the Fairfax Mosaic Center near the movie theatre. I will be the first on line.

  3. Scott Gammans 7 months ago
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    It’s encouraging to see all of these restaurant opening announcements. Is the end of this nightmarish two years finally in sight?

  4. Larry Buxton 7 months ago
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    Sorry that B3 didn’t survive. I haven’t found Ted’s Bulletin (Reston) to be anything special. So what’s on the new TB menu? Tater Tots? Salads?? Deviled eggs?? Pot roast??? Stop the presses, this is fantastic news. (zzzzzz)

  5. Paula R Atkins 6 months ago
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    I warn you that I worked for almost 3 weeks for the Ted’s Bulletin in Ballston. As of today I left 3/19/22 and have had to walk over more than 4 times to collect a paycheck. My hourly rate was an insult and the Va Wage & Hour Board takes months to resolve.This restaurant group is a sorry excuse for F & B. I continue to get the run around and pass the buck on who does what. To top it all they will try to gaslight as if you are the vilian. TIME WORKED = TIME PAID.

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