Consider Ted & Honey the neighborhood kitchen. It's kind of like hanging out at your friend's place, and this is one dinner invite you definitely won't want to pass up.Brothers and sisters don't always get along, but when they do it can be a beautiful thing. Evidence: Ted & Honey, the eponymous restaurant of a brother/sister duo in Cobble Hill that the New York Times claims is "the spot where the entire neighborhood is starting its day." And now both Ted and Honey are encouraging you to finish your day here, too. With a menu that specializes in American comfort food with a twist, they feature all locally sourced ingredients and made-from-scratch items from french fries to pickles. Evening fare includes a BBQ Pork Sandwich with house-made pickles, cole slaw and Ted's BBQ sauce, a Black Bean Veggie Burger that'll have you thinking twice about vegetarianism, and a Chicken Pot Pie topped with a fluffy buttermilk biscuit. They also do made-from-scratch pizzas which are prepared only once you order.
When the sun goes down the strollers tend to disappear, so grab a seat in the country chic dining room and have a glass of wine or craft beer, or a cup of D'amico's Coffee, which makes a custom blend just for T&H. The vibe is relaxed and friendly, and they like to think of themselves as the neighborhood's kitchen, so it's kind of like hanging out at your friend's place. This is one dinner invite you definitely should not pass up.
Black Bean Veggie Burger, $11
BBQ Pork Sandwich, $11
Chicken Pop Pie, $14
Monday - Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.