culinary kick-start: Brooklyn FoodWorks

Apr 21, 2017 | posted by kyle

in late March, we hosted an intimate pop-up dinner for some of our New York friends at Brooklyn FoodWorks—a career creation platform which exists to help educate + empower culinary start-ups by providing access to high-end kitchen space, mentors + other utilities. Without their aid, launching a new business in the bustling New York market seems to be a daunting task.

urban geometry: Rubin415

Apr 6, 2017 | posted by kyle

New York has no shortage of artists, which made choosing just one featured artist for our new Brooklyn location almost impossible. . . so we chose two! Complimenting the beautiful architectural design by our friend Jennifer Carpenter, sits a breathtaking mural by reknowned artist Rubin415, accompanying several photos from Joseph Michael Lopez (editor's note: blog coming soon!).

yo, Brooklyn — #hgDowntownBK is now open!

Apr 3, 2017 | posted by kyle

we're thrilled to announce our first Brooklyn, NY location + 16th overall is now open at 194 Joralemon Street! Easily accessible via the Borough Hall stop and lines 2, 3, 4, 5, N, R, W, A, C + F, this location is in the heart of Brooklyn's Downtown district, and is flanked by popular fitness spots such as SoulCycle, Equinox and New York Sports Clubs.

cool stuff: Oat Foundry

Mar 28, 2017 | posted by kyle

for some time we searched for a solution to our "order up" system—something which would replace shouting order numbers with a more delicate, "honeygrow" approach. In an effort not to over-tech our restaurants with another digital display, we opted for a split-flap display system (which used to be found at train stations all over the world). We wanted this system to not only display order numbers, but also have the capability to show messages, symbols + promotions with a nostalgic, comfortable presence for our guests. One problem—we needed it to be custom built.

hg does BK

Mar 27, 2017 | posted by kyle

the other night we hosted a few of our New York friends, bloggers, photographers + press for an intimate dinner in Williamsburg.

local suds: Right Proper Brewing

Mar 20, 2017 | posted by kyle

DC is continually redefining itself, shifting further away from its government and tourist roots into a more authentic small town, rich with culture, art and really, really good beer. One of the breweries contributing to DC's evolution is Right Proper Brewing, a craft brewery with roots in the burgeoning Shaw + Brookland sections of the city.

education in action: Living Classrooms

Mar 6, 2017 | posted by kyle

Living Classrooms has been empowering Baltimore communities since the 80's—offering the city's youth (at risk, underprivileged or otherwise) the guidance, education + resources necessary to expand their horizons while furthering their ability to achieve their goals + dreams.

hgMusic: an evening with MSO

Jan 24, 2017 | posted by kyle

“It’s honeygrow!” exclaimed one of our young musicians as she caught a glimpse of the snack being prepared.  These kids join the Musicopia String Orchestra for the music, but they certainly enjoy the snack break during weekly rehearsals.  Musicopia String Orchestra program, founded by Musicopia in 2005, is based on the philosophy that participating in serious, long-term musical endeavors can have a transformative impact on students, encouraging discipline, tea

recipe for success: Union Kitchen

Jan 2, 2017 | posted by kyle

how do you transform your culinary idea into reality when space, capital + resources are difficult to come by in Washington, DC? That's where Union Kitchen's commissary, storage space + distribution efforts come into play. We met with Co-Founder, Cullen Gilchrist, to learn what the space offers + how a surge in cookie demand prompted the creation of one of DC's most valuable culinary assets.

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