The new restaurant will open in early 2017 at 194 Joralemon St., near Court Street, according to the company.
Like the restaurant’s eight other locations, locally and seasonally sourced ingredients will be the highlight of the Brooklyn Heights location.
The menu will feature customizable stir-fry dishes, salads and “honeybars,” or cups of fruit topped with local honey and other garnishes like coconut flakes, dark chocolate chips and granola.
Each dish is made fresh in-house, including Honeygrow’s dressings and sauces. Vegan and gluten-free options are also available.
Customers can place their order on a digital touch screen, a trademark of the Philly-based chain.
The Brooklyn location will be unique to the borough, featuring work from local artists like photographer Joseph Michael Black and mural artist Rubin, who will create a custom piece for the restaurant’s dining area. The restaurant’s interior will be designed by New York-based Jennifer Carpenter Architects.
Honeygrow founder and CEO Justin Rosenberg, who grew up in New York, said that despite being approached by a number of landlords in Manhattan, Brooklyn was the right place to bring the businesses.
“Brooklyn felt underserved when it came to concepts that can successfully blend high quality product served up to order quickly,” he said in a statement.
“My family had a small business in the Greenpoint area since the 1920s, and considering that I grew up working there, Brooklyn will always have a special place in my heart.”
The Brooklyn Honeygrow will be open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.