This is another neighborhood favorite, especially for Sunday brunch which is consistently great.
Website
enids.net
Address
Enid's, 560 Manhattan Avenue, New York, United States
Current city: New York
Eric is a Youngstown, Ohio born – Brooklyn, New York based artist and designer. His work explores the idea of networks and systems through the synthesis of fundamental design elements, geometry and abstraction. He’s obsessed with technology, maps, data visualizations, information graphics, technical diagrams, infrastructure, architecture and complexity - all of which informs his work. He loves cities, nature, and great food.
 

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