New Eno’s Pizza website: A few highlights

It’s been a while since I visited the Eno’s Pizza website, and when I checked it today, I was pleasantly surprised to find a new look. The home page features a darling sketch of Bishop and Eighth with some great in-motion features:

• A person walking a dog, two different cyclists and zero cars (not quite reality on that last one, but a fun imaginary world)

• A VERY crowded Eno’s with a line outside, plus a jam-packed upstairs (maybe there’s a second level in future plans?)

• Twinkle lights on the trees and rooftops as day turns into night

• Changing phrases in a quote bubble emitting from one of the birds

• A Twitter bird that opens its beak and flaps its wings when you scroll your mouse over it (I’m a sucker for stuff like that)

On a practical level, it’s great to be able to view the restaurant’s upcoming live music schedule and events, and though "The Story of Eno" in the "About" section still shows nothing but a "coming soon" notation, I’m looking forward to reading that one.

Hmmm … all this Eno’s talk has got me hungry for one of their scrumptious salads and a few slices of their pizza



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  • Michael R

    It may be “in-motion” but it doesn’t do the best job of selling me on the restaurant.

    The “updates” section spends half the visible space telling us what screen resolution is best (as if someone is going to buy a new monitor to meet the larger resolution requirement) and what browser is best, even though if you don’t have those things, you probably aren’t viewing the flash-only site anyway. After all, my iPhone has Safari but not flash so the site shows a flash icon only. The page continues with a few drink specials and then holiday hours, which by today are officially out of date.

    I was interested in learning about the company, the food (beyond what the menu tells me… ie. pictures), etc. But while those links exist, they are “coming soon.”

    I was excited to hear about a new pizza place, but if I want details, I guess I’ll have to look to Yelp or something.