Bok reborn

Feb 29, 2016 | posted by kyle

deep in the heart of South Philly lies a once dormant giant, which has recently been given a second life. We met with Lindsey Scannapieco, Project Manager + Managing Partner of Scout, to discuss how the team plans to breathe life back into this once vacant icon while respecting the history + cultural impact the building has had on the surrounding community and Philadelphia as a whole. From a rooftop bar to a nanoscientist, the former Edward Bok Technical High School is poised to once again provide new opportunities + further cement its legacy in South Philadelphia.

the spicy salad that Joe made

Jan 29, 2019 | posted by Jen

Fishtown local, pizza dude + all around good guy, Joe Beddia of Pizzeria Beddia, provided the inspiration for ‘the spicy salad that joe made’ on our new Winter hgTestKitchen menu. Lauded by Bon Appetit as the Best Pizza in America, Joe’s new spot down the street from us in Fishtown opens in early Spring. We are psyched to have his delicious, crunchy, spicy salad here, and we had the chance to catch up with him when he made a guest appearance in our hgTestKitchen…

give your Winter some 'soul'

Dec 31, 2018 | posted by Jen

To ring in 2019, we've launched our new Winter seasonal items—the Vegan AF stir-fry + the Soulfull Oats Salad (S.O.S.)—and while we're excited about both dishes, we're especially stoked about the delicious housemade multi-seed crackers in the S.O.S.

KTL PHILLY

Dec 7, 2018 | posted by Jen

Have you heard of, or used, a 'kettlebell'? Originating in Russia as 'girya,' these handled cast metal weights are the centerpiece for Perry O'Hearn's latest fitness venture. You may know Perry as the owner of Philly Phitness, a personal training studio founded in 2012, which focuses on ‘total transformation’ to help each client achieve their personal best in all walks of life. Since opening, they have worked with nearly 1,000 people and have conducted over 35,000 personal training sessions.

Welcome to the Jungle: Ryan Psota

Oct 26, 2018 | posted by Lizzy

one of the first artists who came to mind for the interior of our third Delaware location was fellow Philly-based friend, Ryan Psota. We've partnered with Ryan in the past, asking him to contribute a mural to our Front Street Walls, which he designed + painted in collaboration with in the Mural Arts Program. For our newest restaurant in Christiana, we gave Ryan two walls + asked him to make something bold + colorful. Needless to say, Ryan did not dissapoint.

NOW OPEN : the honeygrow test kitchen

Oct 1, 2018 | posted by Jen
since launching our first honeygrow in Center City back in 2012, we have been proud to call Philadelphia home. Despite our expansion into other markets, Philadelphia will always be the heart + soul of our operations. After moving into our HQ in Fishtown in May 2016, we’ve been working on a creative way to bring our wholesome noodles + greens to the Fishtown neighborhood.

sensational soy: phoenix bean tofu

Jul 24, 2018 | posted by kyle

with honeygrow's (+ minigrow's) Chicago arrival, we worked with the team at Local Foods to identify area partners + farms who shared our commitment to delivering high quality, sustainable ingredients to the Chicago community. One such partner is Phoenix Bean Tofu.

district local: glen's garden market

Jul 24, 2018 | posted by kyle

upon our arrival in DC, we were inspired by other area businesses who like to focus on the local aspects of the district. Union Kitchen DC helps incubate + launch new DC food concepts out of its Ivy City commissary space while Atlas Brew Works delivers top tier craft beer to the city by way of a fully solar-powered brewery.

sesame + sisterhood: Soom Foods

Jul 2, 2018 | posted by kyle

Soom Foods' tahini has been featured on the honeygrow menu for years, used to create sauces + dressings, such as our original Lemon Miso Tahini stir-fry sauce (which is once again available, but only at our 16th Street location) + our popular Sriracha Tahini dressing. We also now feature Soom tahini on our minigrow menus with our Black Pepper Tahini sauce.

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