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Popular Bishop Arts Pizzeria Eno’s Plots North Dallas Outpost

The growing chain’s third location will open at Cypress Waters

The famous Pig Smiley pizza at Eno’s
Eno’s Pizza Tavern [Official Photo]
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Eno’s Pizza Tavern, the Bishop Arts pizzeria known for its thin-crust pies, will open a third DFW location at the new Cypress Waters development in Irving.

The fledgling chain is set to occupy a 4,800 square foot space at 3111 Olympus Boulevard early next year. In addition to interior seating, the lakefront restaurant will have tables on an 1,800 square foot rooftop patio that overlooks the water. The newly-constructed space will intentionally evoke the look of a historic building, and the restaurant’s “eclectic, comfortable” interiors will be similar to its sibling restaurants.

A long-standing Bishop Arts stalwart, the original Eno’s originally debuted in 2008, and a second location in the far-flung suburb of Forney followed in 2017. The pizzeria is known for its “cracker-thin” pizzas, pasta dishes, and sandwiches. Like the Bishop Arts restaurant, Eno’s in Irving will also have Eno’s Side Dough next door, which allows diners to order delivery and pick up take-out.

At the forthcoming Cypress Waters, Eno’s joins a line-up of all-local restaurants, including burger joint Rodeo Goat, Ascension Coffee, and casual seafood spot the Flying Fish. Also in the works is a Dallas-proper outpost of Landon Winery, a tasting room that will serve wines by the glass and bottle.

Eno’s hits Cypress Waters in early 2019. Stay tuned for an official opening date.