We’re so bold as to say that everything about Pita Grille is refreshing (probably because it's all made fresh): the grilled chicken, the soups, the hummus, the falafel, the personalities behind the counter – yup, we’re eating it all up.The notion of a pita joint doesn’t always conjure up imagery of a jovial, family-friendly eatery. After all – pita’s are so easily eaten on the go, often we’re too busy hoovering ‘em down in transit. But the folks of Pita Grille are offering up more than just delicious, hand-held eats – they’ve always got a warm, heart-felt greeting for you on the ready. They’re just as passionate about making sure you feel comfortable in their kosher dining spot as they are making sure every bite of chicken shawarma is scrumptious. (And holy shawarma – it is!)
Since opening up in July of last year, those convivial vibes have garnered Pita Grille quite the loyal following of patrons. Owner, Roi, assures us it has to do with how fresh and authentic the eats are (the Parigot chicken is his mother’s own recipe), but judging by how many folks he greeted by name as we spoke with him – we’re guessing it has a lot to do with the hefty doses of bona fide enthusiasm he and his team serve up with every meal. Which is why we’re so bold as to say that everything about Pita Grille is refreshing. The grilled chicken, the soups, the hummus, the falafel, the personalities behind the counter – yup, we’re eating it all up. (Oh, and did we mention they’ve got quite the catering brigade? No reason to rush out of there, pita in hand – they’ll happily come to you.)
Falafel Pita, $5.95
Grilled Chicken Laffa, $11.95
Shawarma Plate, $16.45
Squash Soup, $3.45
Sunday - Thursday, 11 a.m. 9 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.