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Posted by Anonymous on 11/22/2011
Umm, where's the pita? I got some wrap barely filled with lamb and a little bit of sauce... They call this their gyro for $7. Taste wise not so great; you're much better off at a food vendor truck.
Posted by Katie on 12/04/2010
Wen't here for lunch... Got the falafel fork style. Not sure exactly how much that was, but I was able to get the hummus on the side. Also got a side of tasteless baba ghannouj, and they never gave me pita with it. Total was 13 bucks, hummus was okay, pita is grilled which I like and was quite flavorful.. Alright spot for a quick bite + free wifi!
Posted by MD on 10/19/2009
This is not a fast-food sandwich place, the meat is cut thicker and the veggies are much fresher! A good meal, but a little small for big eaters.
Posted by Green Girl on 12/17/2008
This piece of heaven is wonderful! The service was great, food was fabulous, and the restaurant itself was colorful and animated. Above all else the Pita Pit is a certified GREEN Restaurant. They use sustainable utensils instead of regular plastic ware, compact florescent lighting, recycled napkins and they sell canvas bags. My boyfriend is a vegetarian and there was a big [select]ion for him to choose from. The veggies are fresh and delicious and cooked on a separate grill. They have salads, smoothies, and even pitas for breakfast. I am now a Pita Pit insider and receive coupons along with information on their Customer Appreciation Day, when everything is ½ off! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone. Especially for their catering!!
Posted by Franchise hater on 09/14/2008
I only went here once, with a buy one get one coupon, but I needed both of them to approximate a sandwich anywhere else. The ingredients were acceptable - nothing I'd go out and tell my friends about - but the cost to size ratio was just too high to ever go back.
Posted by kbp on 04/01/2008
the food is fresh and delicious, the employees are quick and friendly (and entertaining) and the delivery is always prompt. i never order the same thing twice, there are just so many great combinations to try. and dont forget the smoothie pit. try it - you wont walk away disappointed (or hungry!).
Posted by Jason Rosnick on 01/16/2008
As far as the previous comment goes regarding the Pita Pit not serving "Authentic Middle Eastern" food is straight foolish. Expecting the Pita Pit to serve authentic middle eastern food is the equivelent to going to Olive Garden and bitching that servers don't speak Italian. The place is a clean sandwich shop with a variety of different vegetables and meats to mix and match. It's not "authentic" but it's delicious. Anonymous, if you want "authentic" go to a grease cart. They will gladly take your cash and make your food all while not washing their hands.