Sometimes inquiries about where things came from can be difficult to field -- which is why the story of the stork was created. However, at The New York Times-praised Ted & Honey, the origins of all the local and organic eats are readily known. With today's deal from their new industrial-chic cafe and market at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, pay $6 for $12 to spend on seasonal, made-from-scratch fare and non-alcoholic drinks. This hip spot gets all its organic produce, hormone-free meats, and fresh dairy from farms upstate and on Long Island. Kick off your morning with a cup of D'Amico's (a long-established Brooklyn roasting company) paired with a signature baked good or frittata panini with avocado and tomatoes. Or come later in the day, and enjoy delicious sandwiches, hearty soups, and tasty desserts -- helping you forget where your hunger started.
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Ted & Honey at BLDG 92
$12 to Spend on Farm-Fresh Fare and Coffee
- from $6