This morning's brunch was an all-out breakfast (7:00, yawn!) owing to B's work schedule. Fortunately, Ted's Bulletin, which I reviewed a few weeks ago, opens this early, even on Sunday.
So today, I decided to try one of Ted's Bulletin's delicious looking homemade pop parts that I drooled over on my last visit. While seated in the nostalgic dining room, I noticed a staff member carrying in a box of Dunkin Donuts for the kitchen staff and I thought: "Why would they be choosing munchkins and donuts over those delicious-looking pop tarts; do they know something I don't?" Why yes, yes they did, it turns out.
The pop tart arrived hot, with gooey frosting and whimsical colored sprinkles. Good start! I eagerly took a bite and it was dull, dry, and not even up to par with its mass-produced namesake. Now I understand the donuts! Though I hate to admit it, as a girl who grew up in New England, I can say those munchkins are quite tasty.
Our other choice, the beer biscuits and gravy with lightly poached eggs, were once again rich and delicious. This is a great breakfast bet, but stay away from those pop tarts in the window!