Waited 10 minutes for anyone to visit our table and it ended up being the hostess that seated us because the waitress was too busy. In fact, the most urgency she showed was clearing off the table and collecting the money. Even the family next to us ending up going to the bartender to get the ball rolling. The pizza was as others have described - super thin. I really didn’t think it was all that special and certainly not worth the #1 ranking it received in a local Dallas publication. The beer is not the biggest in town but certainly good. Lots of Texas locals on tap here.
Stopped in for lunch while in Dallas for a short vacation.
Nice place in a neat little part of Dallas, actually Oak Cliff. Parking was a bit difficult, just be patient, and you’ll find a spot.
Ber selection was very good, lots of variety and choices.
Pizza was excellent, just keep in mind that the crust here is super thin.....some people may not like that. We didn’t mind at all, because that way you don’t get filled up on crust, leaving more room for beer.
Service from Mario was great, knew the beers and also suggested a great appetizer.
Cant wait to go back again sometime.
Nice little place.. We frequent it for lunch and sometimes after work. The food is above par. However the it does have a small selection of beers. But the selection does quite well for the type of food served.. Would like to see a greater seletion to choose from, but I’m quite content thus far.. Enjoy.
We love to go to Eno’s for the great beer and super thin crust pizza. The beers are only ’domestic’ but still a great variety. Salads are awesome and the truffle cheese bread is SOOOO good with a hoppy beer!
We’ve had Julie for our server quite a few times and she is amazing! So great! I wish she could be our server everywhere, all the time. 2 other times, the servers were a bit rude. I’m assuming it was because they wanted to go home; but we were ready to pay out before they were even closed.
Overall this place is great. Check it out, for sure.
Nice atmosphere, great neighborhood (Bishop Arts District), and inside is pretty cool too. Clean and functional with a nice wrap around bar.
Service was excellent the one time I went. Bartender was helpful in suggesting items and giving samples.
Food is good for what it is. Cracker-style crust and pretty unique. Not the best pizza, but again we’re talking about a beer place right?
Selection is cool, always have seasonals on tap and they are focused on American craft. Glad to see that someone locally isn’t afraid to do so. Not the biggest selection by far, but there is always something good on tap. Usually multiple things. My first sample of Ten FIDY I got from here way back in winter 2008.
Value tends to be on the high side. Good prices on the beer and food both. Nice place, and a great recommendation for an out-of-towner looking for a cool beer bar in a neat neighborhood. Luckily there are also other things to do around here.
For pizza, I have had better. It is pretty good, they just don’t seem to pull off thin crust all that well.
For beer, an excellent place. Left Hand, Victory, Dogfish Head, Brooklyn - names not that exciting BUT they get the "odd balls" from these guys. So you’ll see things like Brooklyn Monster and Victory’s seasonal and specialties. This is a fine beer destination - and while I cracked on the pizza, it is an added bonus.
RaginCajun (28) Houston, Texas | February 15, 2010| Updated December 20, 2010
Great place to catch a brew and a top notch pizza. Nice atmosphere; especially for a date. The only bad part about this place is their selection. About 10-12 beers on tap; with a few reserved for the usual stuff (weak American Pales). They do usually have top notch IPAs and other "big" beers for at least 3-4 taps though and a few bottles, so it is definitely worth checking out every month or so. Good place for a date as they have a decent wine menu, and the food is great for Dallas. Also close to downtown (about a 5 minute drive without traffic). Also, during peak hours, call ahead for a reservation as they tend to fill up with reservations on the weekend.
Great little pizza restaurant in the Bishop Arts District. The tap beer selection is filled with very nice beers. In the past they have had Saint Arnold Divine Reserve No. 8 on tap, as well as other very good beers such as Oskar Blues Old Chub. The pizza and sandwiches are very good. Parking can be a problem when the area is busy, but as far as good food and good beer go, this is a great place.