The ambitious endeavor that was EatNic Urban Farmhouse Eatery, founded by local entrepreneur John Scardapane, is no more. The enthusiastic Saladworks founder, who recently closed his creative breakfast-lunch-dinner spot, cited both health concerns along with too much area competition as his main reasons for abruptly shuttering.
EatNic, which opened in November 2016, offered an innovative concept: Scratch-made American fare with a farm-to-table focus. EatNic gained notability for its quick and creative breakfasts and lunches that were easy on the wallet and artfully prepared. BYOB dinners were relaxing amid a serene farmhouse setting of handsome woods, lustrous copper lighting fixtures, and a welcoming foyer awash in polished river stones.
As of now, there are no plans to re-establish the venue as a future restaurant concept.