Delicious: Eno’s is going on 10 years of serving suds to Oak Cliffers

Pineapple Fresca Pizza. (Photo by Kathy Tran)
Pineapple Fresca Pizza. (Photo by Kathy Tran)

Beers here

Eno’s followed the success of longtime Bishop Arts District restaurants Hattie’s and Tillman’s Roadhouse, buying a two-story building and bringing something they thought neighbors would want: Pizza and beer.

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That was nine years ago.

“We happened to arrive at the right time and place,” says owner Shane Spillers. “We didn’t pioneer the area, but we built on what was here.”

Eno’s still offers a menu of ultra-thin-crust pizzas, plus pasta, sandwiches and salads as well as a diverse selection of craft beers.

They assess the menu about every six months to make sure they’re still offering the best menu items and ingredients possible, Spillers says.

Earlier this year, Eno’s opened a beer and wine store called Side Dough next door, so they now offer pizza delivery as well as beer and wine delivery. Side Dough prices on beer and wine are closer to retail than restaurant prices, and beer is available by the six-pack or onesie. It’s also possible to build-your-own six pack with a variety of the brews that are offered.

Did you know: Eno’s is opening a second location in downtown Forney.

Eno’s Pizza Tavern
Ambiance: Neighborhood pub
Price range: $10-$19
Hours: 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday, closed Monday
407 N. Bishop Ave.

(Photo by Kathy Tran)
(Photo by Kathy Tran)
(Photo by Kathy Tran)
(Photo by Kathy Tran)
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