Ted’s Bulletin, Eammon’s and Co Co. Sala offer special treats for Easter


Photo by Vina Sananikoney

You can hold the rock-hard jelly beans and the cheap foil-wrapped chocolate mini eggs. Now through Sunday, these grown-up versions of Easter basket staples will make you forget all about those stale, barely edible candies of your youth.

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Peep-Tarts
All three Ted’s Bulletin locales are serving its signature breakfast/dessert graced with a blue, green or yellow bunny Peep. The Peep-tart ($3) is also topped with vanilla glaze and pink sprinkles (tedsbulletincapitolhill.com).

Fried Cadbury Eggs
Eamonn’s deep-fried chocolate eggs are frozen beforehand and made with the batter used for the fish and chips ($3.50, 728 King St., Alexandria; 703-299-8384, eamonnsdublinchipper.com).

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Fancy Chocolate Bunny
These milk-chocolate cuties are made with high-quality, 38 percent cacao and are available in white and dark chocolate varieties ($5,
Co Co. Sala, 929 F St. NW; 202-347-4265, cocosala.com).

Holley Simmons is the dining editor of The Washington Post Express. When she’s not reporting on local restaurants and tastemakers, you can find her sewing a dress from a 1950s pattern or planting a windowsill herb garden. Contact her at holley.simmons@wpost.com.
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