Enid’s, well-known Greenpoint restaurant, set to close

February 1, 2019 Meaghan McGoldrick
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Enid’s, a moderately priced Greenpoint restaurant that’s been serving Southern comfort food for 20 years, announced on Friday that it will be closing at the end of March.

Manager Andy Siebert told Gothamist that the owners informed him that the impending closure of the restaurant on Manhattan and Driggs avenues was not caused by rent increases or any outside factors.

“We’ve been here 20 years, a lot of us who work here have been here over a decade, and we’ve done our thing – it’s time to make some room for new pioneers,” he told Gothamist.

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An announcement on Instagram advised patrons to enjoy the next two months by having some mimosas at brunch on Saturday, drinking “too many frozen Harrisons the next day,” teaching your kid to say “I love Enid’s pickles” and “I’ll have two beers,” and doing “something illegal with the barback in the bathroom that night.”

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