We really enjoyed a recent visit to Enzo. The restaurant is very attractive, with a nice, warm feel, especially at night.
The menu could use a bit more variation, but what we had was very good. The fried olives (with panko and lemon zest) were very flavorful and a surprise. The calamari was local and tender, with nice breading. Fennel and lemon slices were given the same treatment.
The deconstructed lasagna (I forget what they actually called it) was phenomenal. The homemade pasta in the dish was very thin and melts in your mouth. The sauce was absolutely perfect, as was the italian sausage, which was optional, but well worth it. The homemade ricotta on top was a nice touch too. Risotto with seared scallops were also great.
Looking forward to another visit to check out more menu items.
Nice drink list and wine list as well, though only Italian wines.
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