While The Wall Street Journal takes us into Max Brenner’s Manhattan townhouse, where he throws nonalcoholic breakfast parties capped off by chocolate fondue, the Post takes us into the East Sixth Street apartment of Edi & the Wolf’s Eduard Frauneder (given his restaurant’s eccentric design, you’ll be surprised to know much of his furniture is from Ikea), as well as into Nicholas Morgenstern's (of Goat Town’s) Alphabet City studio, with its Mad Men–esque sofas, cowhide rugs, and vintage Pendleton blankets.
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