Last fall we first reported Enzo's Pizzeria was planning to open in Fenton, MI.

The target opening date was pushed back from Mid-November because, it's like that sometimes.

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Pizza with a fun, creative attitude

They started staffing up last December and have opened just in time to take advantage of all the Lions at-home tailgate party action to happen this weekend (and hopefully all the way to the big game).

Whether you like a great, classic pepperoni pie, crab ragoon or their famous pickle pizza, you're in for a treat.

They do slice of the day through the workweek, too. Quick & easy lunch.

Expanding around Genesee County

Last summer they opened a shop in Davison. It used to be the old Sicilian Brothers.

Credit Enzo's Pizza Facebook, Canva
Credit Enzo's Pizza Facebook, Canva

They joke about taking over the world with pizza... they might actually do it.

Where is Enzo's Pizza located Fenton?

Lake Winds Plaza is home to their latest location on Leroy Street. It's just north of Beale Street Smokehouse BBQ.

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1539 N. Leroy St, Fenton, MI is the exact address. The official opening of the new location happened Monday January 22, 2024.

If the new year is anything like last year, it'll be interesting to see if Enzo's has any other secret Genesee County locations planned.

For now, we'll daydream about summertime weather so we can sit on their Fenton patio... and make a wish list for where they should open next.

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