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Dallas pizzeria Eno's Pizza Tavern heads north for newest location

Dallas pizzeria Eno's Pizza Tavern heads north for newest location

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The little Bishop Arts pizzeria that could has a new bun in the oven. Eno's Pizza Tavern will open its third location in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, this one at The Sound at Cypress Waters in Coppell, in early 2019.

The new location is at 3111 Olympus Blvd. — officially in Dallas, but contiguous to Coppell and Irving.

Co-owner Shane Spillers says in a release that The Sound at Cypress Waters is "a great location" with "the neighborhood feel we seek."

Since its 2008 debut, Eno's has developed a following for its thin-crust pizzas and pioneering selection of craft beer. Signature pies include the Pig Smiley with Benton's ham, Eno's sausage, honey, and pepperoni; and The Original with tomatoes, garlic mushrooms, Genoa salami, and sport peppers.

The restaurant was one of the first businesses to open in the Bishop Arts District, and of course we all know what happened there after that. Development boom.

They opened a second location in downtown Forney in 2017.

Lucy Billingsley, developer for Cypress Waters, says in a statement that she is thrilled to have Eno's join The Sound, where it will occupy a lakefront spot with an 1,800-square-foot rooftop patio deck overlooking the water. This extension of the restaurant will feature a full bar, food menu, and elevated views of North Lake and The Sound Stage.

The menu will include pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, and salads.

The new location will also house an Eno's Side Dough, the to-go concept founded at the Bishop Arts original which offers the full menu with beer and wine available for pickup and delivery.

Eno’s will be located near residences, shopping, offices and an outdoor music venue at Cypress Waters.The architectural character of the exterior will resemble a historical building and the interior will have an eclectic, comfortable atmosphere similar to the settings of Eno’s first two locations.

The Sound is set on 300-acre North Lake in North Dallas, and is designed to bring together a multi-faceted neighborhood, including multifamily, commercial, and retail.