10940 Weyburn Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002434.062495 -118.446625
best thin pizza, definitely comfortable atmosphere, nice little holeinthewall pizza place, great enzo, warm house salad, ready calzone, good food
I’m 90% sure that I got the norovirus from Enzos. My two kids and I spent the day together since they were off from school, and we ate the same things except for one salad that I ate at Enzos. I haven’t been sick for many years, and I got hit about 7 hours after eating there. I had relentless vomiting and diarrhea for about 6 hours. They need to wash their vegetables better.
Late night delivery with a smile. Great value, awesome pizza, late hours...what more could you ask for? I recently moved to Westwood and am grateful I was able to find Enzo's.
Best thin pizza in Los Angeles!. I have been going to the place for years and love the atmosphere and food. I always want to try the other dishes ont he menu but always get pulled back into the pizza. Being a pizza-lover, I would have to say this is the place to go! But you must be a thin crust, suacy, and cheesy kind of person. Try the onion and garlic pizza for the best combo! House salad is excellent, too.
as close to philly as you can get....
I have been in LA for 8 years and just a few months ago, my husband and i, discovered Enzo's. Wow--I felt like I was back east, late night college town, pizza break! We try not to eat pizza very often but are currently addicted to Enzo's and have been ordering at least once a week! The pizza quality is by far the best around and the PRICE--fuggetaboudit!!! Cheap compared to the competition.
The guys that work there are sweet but be EXTREMELY SPECIFIC when ordering. They mistakened extra sauce for extra sausage 3 times in a row! (we are vegetarian so this was not okay)
Regardless of those mistakes, we would take all out of town people here for "close to east coast" pizza taste...anytime!!!!
Save your time and money. Stay away from Enzo's Terrible experience. Pizza is something I take very seriously. I love ordering a pizza for delivery and I have tried dozens of pizza places in LA. I used to defend Enzo's to my fiance. She prefers the simple pleasures of a chain pizza, while I believe that the fresh taste of a neighborhood pizzeria is usually going to better even if less consistent. After our last experience with Enzo's I am going to either have to get used to Papa John's or find a better neighborhood pizza place. Enzo's was never "Great", but I usually find the pizza pretty good and they are about 1/2 a mile from my house. Tonight I ordered a large pizza, salad and 2 liter soda. After waiting 1 hr and 45 minutes the pizza finally showed up. The pizza was cold and the salad was warm. So while I was reheating their pizza in my oven and I decided to call and complain just out of principle. After being put on hold for 15 minutes, I was told that if I wanted I could call the manager back tomorrow. Yeah! thats exactly what i want to do - waste more of my time on this poor experience. Maybe it was the experience or maybe my fiance has been right all along, but the pizza tasted pretty lousy tonight, the salad wasnt even touched cause who wants wilted warm lettuce, and i know I will never give this place another chance to ruin my dinner experience. At 6:30 it sounded like a fun idea to order a pizza. At 8:20 when I was finally eating my reheated pizza I felt like I was taken advantage of. I am usually not the type to complain and generally I will let a situation like this go cause everyone has a bad night, but the way they handled the whole thing makes me think this is a business that is much more interested in servicing the drunk students of UCLA who perhaps wont complain than the neighborhood in general. I will go with Johnnies New York from now on. Better pizza, better service, better experience.
Yummy. Great pizza and salad! Nice atmosphere! Friendly staff! Never been disapointed with the pizza or service Except they don't deliver to my area of West LA
late night pizza. I love going to Enzo's when I'm craving some pizza late at night. The best part of the place is personalizing your pizza with your own favorite toppings (my personal combinations are tomato, garlic, and basil or canadian bacon and pineapple). The place is pretty tiny, but it gives off a very personal feel especially since I see the same people working there all the time... And you gotta love the posters of "The Godfather" hung all over the place!
Cheesy and satisfying late-night pizza. Enzo's is the BEST place to go after a long night of partying (or studying). The pizza is gooey and pretty cheap, and you can order a personalized slice with your choice of toppigns - I often get the seldom-found pineapple-and-onion. The staff is laid-back and friendly, and are used to big crowds and drunk UCLA students. Enzo's is open until 3am which is clutch by a college campus. I've also been there for lunch many times - it is good pizza that never disappoints, and the atmosphere definitely comfortable and welcoming.
Westwood staple offers classic Italian food affordable to even the most cash-deprived collegiate..
This quaint little eatery boasts the cozy ambience of any classic pizzeria, complete with dim candlelit tables draped in red and white-checkered tablecloths. Whole pizzas range from 8 to 23 inches; single slices are also popular. Submarine sandwiches, calzones and pasta meals, which include penne or spaghetti noodles in marinara, with a side salad, round out the entrees. Tiramisu and cheesecake are available for dessert.
Good for late night greasy pizza. If you're craving pizza or just something greasy at 1 am, Enzo's is perfect. Definitely not a place I would go for a date or to get a great meal, but for late night snacks it's great. Pizza, pasta, salads- nothing is spectacular but for the price and late hours, it's one of the best options in Westwood.
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