The popular community percolator, Ted & Honey, recently got a liquor license and a glowing review in the New York Times.
The Clinton Street cafe, conveniently located next to Cobble Hill Park, is now serving fermented beverages from the likes of Sixpoint brewery and several New York state wineries.
The New York Times recently had some nice things to say about the “Cobble Hill institution,” while noshing on some freshly baked tarts.
“The cafe serves lunch (paninis, smoked wings) and will soon stay open into dinner; but it achieves its fullest bustling bloom at breakfast, when moms guide their toddlers around laptop jockeys at communal tables, past Manhattan-bound professionals toting coffee toward the F train…It’s a multigenerational churn of strollers and messenger bags and overstuffed schedules that makes Ted & Honey feel on most mornings like the spot where the entire neighborhood is starting its day.”
According to Grub Street, owner Ted Jackson has put a proposal in for the space at 243 Degraw Street, down the road from the old Chicory space. The new space would serve as a catering kitchen.