From laid-back cocktail bar to mimosa-fueled brunch spot, Endswell can be whatever kind of restaurant you need. You just have to know when to stop by this French-American spot on Fulton Street. On weeknights, you should have no problem grabbing one of the few high top tables on their outdoor patio. But over the weekend, the brunch crowd will probably make it very hard for you to eat eggs benedict on their sidewalk.
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