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January 27, 2021
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Food + Drink

Ted & Honey Launches Dinner

By Lisa M. Collins

Ted & Honey Café on Clinton, next to Cobble Hill Park, is launching dinner hours, replete with beer and wine and sometimes, live music.

The cafe is well-loved and a media darling for its friendly, cozy ambiance, free WiFi, and delicious made-from-scratch everything, from sandwiches and soups to baby food, condiments and salads.

New dinner dishes will include flatbread pizzas made from organic, natural pizza dough and topped with San Marzano tomato basil sauce and house-made mozzarella. Seasonal small plate dishes will also be included in the new menu, featuring fresh cheeses, house smoke natural meats, and house pickled local vegetables. The café at night will take on a more intimate feel with dimmed lighting.

Under the direction of Chef Chris (“Ted”) Jackson, who has worked in the fine foods industry for over twenty years and was recently awarded the United Fresh Produce Excellence in Food Service Award for Casual & Family Dining, there is a strong focus on utilizing local, sustainable and organic produce at Ted & Honey Café.

Local farmers from Long Island, Upstate New York and Pennsylvania all contribute to the seasonal, all natural and organic procurements.  All fresh meat and eggs are hormone and pesticide-free and come from friends at Dines Farm in the Catskills of Upstate New York.  Ted & Honey Café is very proud to use many Brooklyn products, such as their signature three bean blend roasted by D’Amicos coffee and their fresh baked breads, delivered daily from Caputo’s Bakery.  All of Ted & Honey Café’s pastries are made from scratch daily, as well as all sauces and even, the ketchup.

The night cafe is open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Daytime hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information please visit:

Ted & Honey Café

264 Clinton Street

(718) 852-2212

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