Ted's Bulletin

505 8th Street Southeast, Washington D.C., DC
11 reviews

Awesome American cuisine. Huge portions, and reasonable prices. Check out the homemade pop-tarts

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    Marine Barracks Washington

    0.18 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    3 reviews

    The oldest active post in the Marine Corps. Free concerts/parades in the summer and various other free events throughout the year. Check their website at for more information on dates, times and reservations.

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    Southeast Library

    0.13 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    Pleasant place to linger on a visit to Eastern Market neighborhood of DC. Lovely graceful old library.

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    Barracks Row Main Street

    0.16 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    Barracks Row is a revitalized, downtown, pedestrian neighborhood with wide sidewalks, small bistros and jammed-packed pubs (both military and non-military). The small area, with brick paved roads and elm trees offering their charm, is a favorite of locals and it is obvious as the sidewalks fill up with people holding a drink and waiting for a table. There are dozens ...

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    U.S. Capitol Building

    0.9 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    144 reviews

    At the Visitors Center, catch a few short films about Congress, visit the Exhibition Hall with an audio tour on your cell phone, and sign up for a tour of the Capitol building. If you request visitors passes from the offices of a Representative or Senator, it's fascinating to watch debate in the House or Senate chambers.

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    Library of Congress

    0.64 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    49 reviews

    This place is amazing! More difficult to use than the British Library, but still probably the best library in the world.

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    0.53 mi

    Capitol Hill

    0.53 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    34 reviews

    Regardless of political affiliation, walking on the National Mall and spotting the Capitol building is a must for anyone visiting DC. Easily accessed via the Metro, the Capitol is one place you don't want to miss.

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    Eastern Market

    0.28 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    21 reviews

    This cherished old, fresh produce and flower market is a Capitol Hill institution. Fear not, there are still sweets to be had! On many weekends, there are craft vendors out front.

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    Supreme Court of the United States

    0.74 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    8 reviews

    The Supreme Court is an impressive building. The history and tall, imposing columns adds a sense of gravitas as you enter the court house. It is difficult to walk in there without thinking of the major landmark cases that were decided there such as Roe v. Wade, Brown v. Board of Education, etc.

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    Blind Whino

    0.91 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    4 reviews

    Art and color reclaimed this 138 year old building nestled in Southwest DC; two amazing artists painted the Exterior (HENSE - ATL) and Interior (MEGGS - AUS) of the building but there is still quite a bit to do... But it is a start in a neighborhood that could use some sprucing up. The gallery has ambitious plans. I can't ...

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    Russell Senate Office Building

    0.87 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    5 reviews

    If you're looking to find your Senator, this is where they'll be. Adjacent to the Capitol it's a quick stroll over. We visited in order to procure tickets to the Senate Chambers and the House of Representatives.

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    US Supreme Court

    0.74 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    3 reviews

    The building itself is both imposing and elegant, with symbolism in its architecture. Tours are available, although you may need to schedule them in advance.

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    Congressional Cemetery

    0.8 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    4 reviews

    The last resting place for John Phillip Sousa (Stars and Stripes Forever) and many others, founded prior to the Civil War. Great for strolling - but be aware that locals use the cemetery as a dog park.

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    United States Botanic Garden Bartholdi Park

    0.99 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    2 reviews

    Cocoa beans

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    0.64 mi

    Folger Shakespeare Library

    0.64 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    2 reviews

    Amazing that the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials is here! There are a host of public programs too, including plays, concerts and family activities.

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    United States Capitol

    0.9 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    2 reviews
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    Lincoln Park

    0.59 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    3 reviews

    Known mostly by the infamous 'statue' depicting a freed slave on his knees thanking 'papa' Lincoln, this is a thoroughly enjoyable park. Favorite among dog owners.

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    National Museum of the US Navy

    0.53 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    National Museum of the US Navy is a great place to visit. Disability Access is available. You will need at least 3 hours to visit this place as it has several buildings and outdoor exhibits to see. Call ahead to make sure you can gain access to this active Navy base.

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    201 Bar

    0.94 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    This chic, modern tavern is always a hot spot for drinks, food and private events. While the government is on hiatus, take advantage of their $4 mystery beers and $15 growler specials.

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    Anacostia Park, Section D

    0.91 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    Among Washington's many qualities as a city is how easy it is to escape the urban hustle and bustle and retreat into the outdoors. Although Anacostia has long been DC's much maligned (and with reason) neighborhood, it's becoming increasingly more frequented. With reason. Offering spectacular views of the city and river, this serene park offers a wide variety of activities ...

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    The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

    0.77 mi from Ted's Bulletin
    1 review

    The Visitor Center at the U.S. Capitol is the newest, nicest and most modern portion of the Capitol complex. This is not only where tour groups meet to peruse the Capitol grounds, the Center has a literal labyrinth of conference rooms and meeting rooms that are often open to the public. This meeting space is commonly used for press events, ...

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