Mini Review: Eno’s Pizza & Tavern

Good pizza in Da Hood (Oak Cliff) is hard to find. (Yes, I know many of you love Vitto’s. I find their pies too saucy and crust too doughy. Sorry.) However, I declare the newly opened Eno’s in Bishop Arts the best pizza south of the river. The pies are thin and crispy just like I like them. The ingredients are a simple but choice lot (charred green onions, sausage, anchovies, and more). The sauce to cheese ratio is ideal. And best of all are the extras: a first rate cheese plate, a great salad selection including the house salad with peppered pork belly (tasty!), an amazing homemade spumoni and creamed cherries sundae, and a generous wine by the glass selection at reasonable prices (Joseph Phelps Innisfree for $8.75 a glass —  makes my cheap drunk heart flutter). Toss on an imaginative selection of draft beers and live music on the weekends and Eno’s could be my new favorite hangout. The only thing I haven’t had are the pastas? Anyone else been to Eno’s?

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