Owner Charlie Calogero Puma opened Enzo's End back in 1996, when this stretch of Colfax Avenue was a sketchy area to be avoided, not a nightlife destination with music venues and mezcal bars drawing people in every night of the week. It's been around so long, it's often overshadowed by the new pizza spots that have popped up — and that's a shame, because Enzo's End really is the living end when it comes to thin-crust pies. The joint has a short list of specialty pies, but it's more fun putting together a custom creation: Diners have a choice of homemade red sauce or a garlic-and-olive-oil white sauce, plus over thirty toppings ranging from pepperoni, meatballs and prosciutto to Sicilian green olives, green chiles and feta. If you're struck dumb by the sheer number of choices, you can always pick from one of the many combos suggested on the menu. Grab a drink at the attached PS Lounge (cash only at the bar), settle in, and enjoy the passing parade on Colfax along with your pizza.