Eno's Pizza Tavern Llc

★★★★☆
  • 407 N Bishop St

    Dallas, TX 75208

    Map & Directions
  • 214-943-9200

About Eno's Pizza Tavern Llc

Hours
Tuesday To Wednesday From 11:30 AM To 11:00 PM Thursday To Friday From 11:30 AM To 12:00 AM Saturday From 04:00 PM To 12:00 AM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 10:00 PM

Food

Food
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Meh, no big deal here.

I met some friends there and I was honestly a bit underwhelmed. The place is cramped and crowded, and kind of noisy.

The menu, I thought, had too much redundancy. I can't remember the exact menu at this point, but it's like there'd be two pasta dishes with fennel in them, or two kinds of pizza with arugula. That annoyed me because I like neither fennel nor arugula.

Enos tries to pass itself off as a neighborhood pizza and burger joint, but then the menu is mildly pretentious and trendy--using ingredients and adjectives which aspire to being upscale, but it only give the impression that they are "trying to hard."

I had a burger, and it was just okay. However, it didn't come with any sides like fries, chips, pasta salad, or anything, and that kind of annoyed me. They also served it in a very deep bowl--in fact, all of our dishes were served in the same bowls--which was kind of dumb in my opinion. Again, it seems like they're trying to be trendy and different, but not really capable of pulling it off. I mean, what's the point of serving a burger in a bowl?

Our waitress was friendly, but not very attentive. Our glasses and coffee went unfilled, and we had to wait a long time for our checks. I don't recall what the prices were like.

In my opinion, the owners here are just not running a very tight ship.

It wasn't the worst meal I've ever had, but I have no motivation to return.

3
★★★☆☆

Meh, no big deal here.

I met some friends there and I was honestly a bit underwhelmed. The place is cramped and crowded, and kind of noisy.

The menu, I thought, had too much redundancy. I can't remember the exact menu at this point, but it's like there'd be two pasta dishes with fennel in them, or two kinds of pizza with arugula. That annoyed me because I like neither fennel nor arugula.

Enos tries to pass itself off as a neighborhood pizza and burger joint, but then the menu is mildly pretentious and trendy--using ingredients and adjectives which aspire to being upscale, but it only give the impression that they are "trying to hard."

I had a burger, and it was just okay. However, it didn't come with any sides like fries, chips, pasta salad, or anything, and that kind of annoyed me. They also served it in a very deep bowl--in fact, all of our dishes were served in the same bowls--which was kind of dumb in my opinion. Again, it seems like they're trying to be trendy and different, but not really capable of pulling it off. I mean, what's the point of serving a burger in a bowl?

Our waitress was friendly, but not very attentive. Our glasses and coffee went unfilled, and we had to wait a long time for our checks. I don't recall what the prices were like.

In my opinion, the owners here are just not running a very tight ship.

It wasn't the worst meal I've ever had, but I have no motivation to return.

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We eat at Eno's quite frequently and LOVE the food. I can't recommend it enough. Staff is friendly. Crwod is always great. The atmosphere is incredible as well. You would never expect to find such a place in the location that it is situated. They have a great beer and wine selection with lots of local and new and different varieties of beers. The pizza has an incredibly thin crust and the combinations of toppings they recommend are unique but delicious. The salads are wonderful as well. To top off a great meal, try the chocolate bag for dessert. Its a giant sundae with tons of gooey wonderful toppings on top of ice cream.

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★★★★★

We eat at Eno's quite frequently and LOVE the food. I can't recommend it enough. Staff is friendly. Crwod is always great. The atmosphere is incredible as well. You would never expect to find such a place in the location that it is situated. They have a great beer and wine selection with lots of local and new and different varieties of beers. The pizza has an incredibly thin crust and the combinations of toppings they recommend are unique but delicious. The salads are wonderful as well. To top off a great meal, try the chocolate bag for dessert. Its a giant sundae with tons of gooey wonderful toppings on top of ice cream.

Pros: Great food, great atmosphere

Cons: The beers and wines are a bit pricey for the location

 

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