Ted’s Bulletin coming to Carlyle Neighborhood near Wegman’s

Ted’s Bulletin breakfast (photo via Ted’s Bulletin/Facebook)

Americana restaurant Ted’s Bulletin and the off-shot Sidekick Bakery are coming to the Carlyle Crossing’s development in the eponymous Carlyle neighborhood, Washington Business Journal first reported.

Carlyle Crossing is a mixed-use development near the Eisenhower Metro station anchored by a Wegmans Food Market that opened in May. The Alexandria location will be the seventh Ted’s Bulletin in the region, with other locations in nearby Merrifield and Ballston Quarter.

In addition to classic American fare like fried chicken and burgers, the restaurant has all-day breakfast and is possibly best known for its Ted’s Tarts — like a bougie take on a Pop-Tart.

No word yet on when the Ted’s Bulletin location in Carlyle will open, but ALXnow has reached out to the restaurant for more information about the opening.

Photo via Ted’s Bulletin/Facebook