Enzo’s in OTR Gets New Manager, Menu

Enzo’s, a mainstay of Race Street for almost five years, has a new manager and a new menu. Terry Lee, the former owner of OUTSIDE and a fixture of Over-the-Rhine for nearly as long as Enzo’s, has taken over management duties and added his own flair to the menu. New items include the GrilledChee, a Mexican-inspired sandwich, the Milagro, and daily specials that have a touch of Lee’s native Alabama. They are also partnering with Pho Lang Thang to feature Saigon Phin Vietnamese-style coffee. Sounds like fun– though they’ll be closed for Martin Luther King Day, you can find them open weekdays only from 7 AM to 6 PM.

8 thoughts on “Enzo’s in OTR Gets New Manager, Menu”

  • Terry has actually been there for about 6 months, but the change in the menu is new for the year.

    They cater to the school crowd and it’s dependent on the schedule. They weren’t even open for the week between Xmas and New Years because the school is closed and many workers in the area take that week off.  Many times if the school is having an inservice day, they’ll close at 3pm.

    But, their coffee is awesome. It’s Seven Hills, roasted in Blue Ash and personally, I think it’s better than Coffee Emporium. Seven Hills is also a fair trade company.   Seven Hills is sold at Jungle Jims and served in Highlands Coffee shop, which is a late night space in Corryville, 5pm-1am.

  • does scpa know that their students are checking in at school and then escaping to enzo”s to get saigon(ho chi minh)phin coffee,before class.

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