In the mood for some heart-healthy gomen? Maybe a little honey-spiced tej to wash it down? Well you're in luck, because tomorrow night, traveling Ethiopian eatery Bunna Cafe will be whipping up a budget friendly dinner at Tradesman in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The pop-up cafe has been hitting up venues around the borough of late—it co-hosted a flea market with the BK Farm and Flea in Bushwick last weekend, and even made its way up to Harlem earlier this month.

Tomorrow's event features a selection of veggie-friendly dishes like keyser, which is comprised of simmered beets, carrots and pototes, chuny selata, made of kale, lime, raisins, tomato and avocado dressed in olive oil, and yesuf fit fit, which is sunflower milk and peppers mixed with crumbled Ethiopian flatbread. And if you're dining on a budget, fear not! Four dishes will cost you only $8; all seven of the offered menu items are $12.

222 Bushwick Ave, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 5-11 p.m.