Enzo's Italian restaurant finds a home on Highway 98

Published: Friday, August 2, 2013 at 12:45 PM.

When cooking, whether for family or customers, Harrigan remembers that age-old rule: Treat others the way you want to be treated.

"If you're taking food out of the refrigerator, you're just making leftovers," she said. "And I don't like leftovers."

When it comes to comfort food, there's hardly anything more comforting that homemade Italian dishes and desserts.

"I never had anybody tell me they didn't love my homemade tiramisu and Italian cheesecake," Harrigan said. "And nobody makes cannoli like we do."

Enzo's has received the stamp of approval from locals and visiting customers throughout the years, but the compliment that stands out in Harrigan's mind comes from one Italian to another.

"There's a lady, she has a heavy Italian accent and she's sampled just about everything," she said. "She said when she doesn't want to cook, she can come here."

Harrigan has always been the cook in her family, but it wasn't until she entered the restaurant business that she realized how much she enjoys feeding people.

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