Enid’s

Bars, Lounges Greenpoint
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Enid’s
Enid's
Hanging at Enid’s is like being a kid and spending the weekend at the cool house down the street, where you could play the most radical video games and the parents let you drink. On Sundays, Enid’s—presided over by a life-size gold camel—is the perfect mellow-date destination: Grab a cheap beer from the attractive bar staff and watch ’80s TV shows or play video games. You’ll never want to go home.

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Venue name: Enid’s
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Address: 560 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn
11222
Cross street: at Driggs Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 5pm–4am; Sat, Sun 10am–4am
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave, G to Nassau Ave.
Price: Average drink: $6. Cash only
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Chloe W
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Enid's is great for both brunch and dinner. I love its proximity to McCarren Park - it makes Enid's the perfect spot to grab a cold drink and some nachos after basking in the sun for too long. All of the menu items I've tried are delicious - though I especially love the kale and steak salad because it gives me as much steak as it does kale. (Which, honestly, is the way meat should be served.) 

Jason S

Enid’s was one of the first cool restaurants in Greenpoint – before Greenpoint became Little Williamsburg. The space is comfortable cool – down to the pinball machines and the glittery gold camel on the wall. I’ve never had to wait for a table and there are outdoor tables on the wide Driggs sidewalk in the summertime. The food is mediocre comfort food – even at brunch which is a little disappointing. Turns out you CAN mess up brunch… But it is a decent alternative when the wait is just too long at 5 Leaves. Probably the thing that people love about Enid’s most isn’t the food, though. It’s the atmosphere. Check out the late night dance parties and you’ll see what I mean.