Teddy & The Bully Bar

What it do baby boo’s… I had the opportunity to go to Teddy in the Bully Bar the other day. I’ve been trying to go there for about a year now to try the food.

When we walked in the first thing I noticed was how nice the decor was. I loved the two different types of high chair, the bright colored paintings, how the bar is set up, and the open floor plan. There is a mirror in the back that gives the illusion to me the restaurant look longer. There is also a private back room that is decorated nicely but you can still see through the glass doors so you’d still feel like you’re a part of the restaurant.

The manager, Justin, came over to me and asked me if I had any questions. I have never had a manger ask me that while dining. I feel like that was very courteous and made my dining experience better. While I was taking pictures, he told me that Maggie O’Neill is the brain behind the architecture and design of the restaurant.

Really great place to go during the holidays seems like a very family and friend oriented place to dine. Okay, enough about the decor let’s get to the food!

After looking over the menu I decide the best option was the power lunch menu which offers a three course meal for $24.99. Can’t beat that! I started off with the Cauliflower and Manchego Croquettes with whiskey apple cranberry jam. It could’ve been better if the cranberry jam wasn’t as bitter, I think it would’ve tasted better if it was sweet.

I tasted my friends Caesar salad with granola, broken winter squash, cinnamon raisins, etc. and it was very tasty. For my entree I ordered the mushroom pizza that had goat cheese and lamb pepperoni. I wish it wasn’t so oily, I think I would have enjoyed it better if it was less oily but the next day it tasted better.

My friend got the Salmon that was glazed with Malle red wine. It came with roasted winter vegetables and parsnip purée. She enjoyed every bit of it, the plate basically looked clean.

I topped everything off with the cinnamon apple galette. It was a puff pastry with molasses sugar and salted caramel ice cream on top of a anaglaise cream. I loveeeedddd this desert.

Overall, I’d give this place a 6.5/10. I’d go here for dinner next time to see what that menu is like.

If you go let me know your thoughts!

Until next time,

Lin Alishia


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