When we first started Pizza Prospects this was the review I wanted to do from the get go. For me, Enzo’s pizza represents home. It’s the pizza I cherish most. Looking at the restaurant you wouldn’t think it was much. I believe it was converted from an old gas station (Mike V. can you confirm?). Normally, I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, in the sense that Enzos doesn’t look like the most beautiful place on earth, but lucky for us nestled inside those doors is the sweetest pizza in the area.
Today my dear friend, and pizza compadre, Brian Dea, brought to my attention that we haven’t shared a pie in quite some time. I quickly pulled out my phone, hit speed dial number 3, and BOOM, I was connected to Enzos. “One large cheese pizza, please” “10 minutes.” Next thing I know I’m in the back room of a Dairy Queen munching on a pizza with the perfect sauce to cheese ratio, 2:1 if you didn’t know already. Normally, I get a large pie with pepperoni and black olives, this time I only had $10 so the pepperoni and olives had to suffer. Not a problem. The pizza was a little more doughy than normal, but it wasn’t a bad thing. The crust on Enzo’s pizza rips like Joe Gallaghers farts, soft and in one fluid motion (that’s a good thing). The foldability of Enzo’s pizza makes me squeal, it’s so perfect it makes me not want to eat it, and just stare at its shear perfection all day. Fortunatley, I don’t have a stomach with that kind of patience. Basically, Pick up an Enzo's pie on your way home from work this week, you will not regret it!
With two locations, one in West Chester, and one in Kennett, Enzos is at easy access for nearly everyone in the Chester County area. Check it out if I haven’t made you eat it already!
*** Just a side note, I know this isn’t pasta prospects, but I highly recommend the Penne Pasta if you’re not in a pizza mood.