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Oak Cliff Favorite Eno’s Hits Forney In January

The pizza joint is expanding east after 10 years in Bishop Arts

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Nearly six months after its planned arrival date in Forney, Eno’s Pizza Tavern will officially kick open the doors of its second outpost on January 4.

The Bishop Arts restaurant announced its expansion to 215 S. Bois D’Arc Street in Historic Downtown Forney last year, and now the 3,600 square-foot space is ready to debut. Offering seating for 180 diners, the restaurant also has an outdoor patio and event room. The restaurant’s interior, designed by prolific duo Donna and Allan Spillers, features reclaimed wood siding, recycled materials, and locally-made furniture.

The Eno’s Forney menu will provide all of the Oak Cliff eatery’s original standbys including thin crust pizzas like Meatball & The Goat (fresh basil, goat cheese, sliced Texas beef and boar Texas meatball) and Pineapple Fresca (pineapple, arugula and parmesan salad, fresh jalapeño, and Benton’s ham). Alongside the pies, soups, salads, pastas, and sandwiches round out the menu. At the bar, Eno’s will serve craft beer, wine, and cocktails.

“Forney is a tight-knit community, and we have enjoyed immersing ourselves in the city to get to know our new neighbors as we have constructed the new restaurant over the last several months,” said Eno’s co-owner Shane Spillers in a statement. “We can’t wait to open and welcome neighbors and community members to Eno’s Forney for delicious pizza.”

Starting on Jan. 4, Eno’s will be open Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday from 5 to 10 p.m. and will stay open until 12 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. In February, the eatery will expand to lunch service beginning at 11:30 a.m., and will offer delivery through its online ordering system. Before the official opening date, eager diners can attend one of Eno’s preview dinners benefitting local charities, information can be found on the restaurant’s website.

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