Enzos End Pizzeria
3424 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206
Primary Phone: (303) 476-4357
Phone: (303) 476-4357
Enzo's End Pizza
Cuisines: Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Price Range : Average
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04/27/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This is hands down the best pizza in Denver. The thin crust is great as is the sauce. I recommend asking for extra sauce. This is better quality food than Proto's. Recommended to carry-out or delivery as dining area is small and not conducive for louging. Highly recommended.
12/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Make no mistake, this place is a pizza JOINT and you don't come here for the ambience-- unless you remember pizza places the way they used to be, which is with booths, red plastic tumblers for your root beer or coke and loud classic rock on the radio. With a very busy delivery business, not too many people eat in at this Colfax restaurant, but they should. It's a great place to bring kids or have a casual date and of course, eat some of the best pizza in Denver...The ingredients are fresh, the service is laid-back but spot on and friendly and the bill won't break the bank. If you like old-fashioned, no-nonsense thin crust/NYC style pizza, Enzo's is just what the doctor ordered...just beware- they close kind of early.
Some of the best pizza I ever ate! Better than what I ate in Italy during the war, but the same kind. fresh sauce, fresh herbs good cheese cooked long to bring out the flavor. and that crust!! man, you gotta check this place out! Bring your dame and go to the connected P S lounge for a free shot and a rose for the ladies, always! You won't look like such a schmuck after these digs. The younger generation likes it plenty too.
09/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Denver's best thin crust. If you like east coast style or Italian pies check this place out. The salads are awesome, and the staff is young and hip. (I've never had the attitude problem noted previously and I've been eating there for a year or two now. As a matter of fact, the staff seems to try harder than most ""just pizza"" places I know of, i.e. they seem to know their customers by name and preferred pizza toppings, even how they like to pay, cash or credit. ) My favorite is the pomodoro, and the sausage is super!
04/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The pizza is good, I'll admit. Not good enough to pay $38 for two large pies with a grand total of 3 toppings, and then be given attitude by the cashier for not tipping on a carry-out order. He actually said, ""We like to be tipped here"", as I was leaving.
I don't care for the lip. Build the gratuity for punching our register keys into the $38. BTW - The guy was working the register on Sunday, April 20th around 6:30pm. Tipping on carry-out orders is highly optional (not expected) in my years of working in the pizza industry (usually only done if something exceptional is done in return- like being polite).
There are many other good places to go to get better pizza. Try Benny Blanco's down the street.
03/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great pizza if you prefer a very flavorful thin crust to the overly sweet doughy crust most places in Denver offer.
Delivery can take a while on weekends or during a blizzard, but they usually beat their time estimates. TIP: Order it ""crispy"" and they'll cook it longer, it delivers better that way.
02/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I had never has Enzo's, but had driven by it before. I like to stay away from chains as much as possible, so my boyfriend and I thought we would give it a try. I called and placed my order for delivery. The guy on the phone said it would be there in 45 minutes. 45 minutes came and went. I waited fifteen more minutes, and called to check the status of my delivery. I was put on hold for about two minutes. The guy came back and said that he didn't know what had happened, but that they were making it now, and it would be delivered in another 45 minutes. I said wait a minute, I was told that the first time. He then informed me that it was a busy night, and that was why they were informing customers deliveries would be an hour. This was not was I was told. So I said alright, and he hung up on me. At this point, I thought it would be faster to call Domino's. So I called back and said I would like to cancel my order. The guy hung up on me again.
Note: At no point was I rude on the telephone. I just wanted to know what was going on.
I really wanted to try them out. But I ended up calling Domino's, which was delivered in thirty minutes.
While this place may have somewhat of a good reputation, that is no excuse for the lack of professionalism I received on the telephone.
08/25/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This is one of the only pizzas I have had where they didn't try to skimp on ingredients by making the 'handles' huge. However, even if they did, the crust is so good it probably wouldn't matter. I recommend the pomodoro, which i have never seen made anywhere else. Plus, the owner is usually there making sure things are done right. The only reason I don't give them a 10 is because sometimes the salads are a little limp. But then again this is a pizza review....