Enzo's has moved down the street about a block. It now occupies the old cafeteria site that stood empty for years. The menu is still the same. The staff is cheery and helpful. This is still a good neighborhood pizza place.
And it still serves Sicilian, that less well-known relative of the New York tomato pie. Sicilian is baked in large rectangular sheets and cut into rectangular pieces. It is very thick but it isn't a pizza-flavored casserole. As befits the humbleness of Sicily, the ingredients are a topping, not an entire layer. Enzo's does a particularly good job of crisping up their Sicilian slices in the oven. The result is crispy crust, tender bottom layer, and flavorful toppings. You will notice that those mushrooms didn't arrive in a can.