“When the struggle of cooking brisket for 25 is a task taller than Red Sea reeds, it’s time to get out of the house,” says Jewish Food Experience. We wholeheartedly agree! Leave the hard work for us and keep the holiday a festive one with family and friends. All you have to “make” is reservations.
Teddy proprietor Alan Popovsky’s Felix restaurant in Adams Morgan began serving Passover delights way back in 1996. We’ve been doing this for a while!
Chef Demetrio told the magazine that some dishes on Teddy’s prix fixe Passover Menu, like the broccoli and cheddar latkes, are a twist on the old favorites using unexpected flavors and exciting preparations. His highlights? Shiraz-braised brisket, with horseradish jus and sweet onions, liver-stuffed deviled eggs and a rhubarb pie. We’re drooling!
Enjoy all the Passover tastes you love in beautiful downtown DC this April 10-11 at Teddy & The Bully Bar. Theodore Roosevelt himself was one of the first presidents to work against anti-Semitism, and he appointed the first Jewish cabinet member. Mazeltov!
The three-course plus dessert menu will be offered on Monday & Tuesday April 10th & 11th, and reservations are required.
Our Passover Seder will run from 5 – 11pm for $45 per person and $21 for those 12 & younger. We are located at 1200 19th St. NW. For reservations please call 202.872.8700.