$60 Worth of Mediterranean Food at Pita Pita Mediterranean Grill
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Chicken shawarma and grilled shish kebabs pair with hummus and baba ghanouj
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Three Vouchers, Each for $20 Worth of Mediterranean Food ($60 Value)
Options include stuffed grape leaves ($2.99–$5.49), chicken-shawarma sandwiches ($4.99–$5.99), grilled shish kebabs ($7.99–$9.99), and kofte with tahini casserole ($8.99). See the full menu.<p>
Pita Pita Mediterranean Grill
Though the cushy red booths, shiny checkered floors, and soft hanging lights could belong to any sandwich shop in America, the vivid photographs that line Pita Pita Mediterranean Grill's dining-room walls depict another world. In one image, an elderly street vendor grills skewers of meat. Other photos depict a young face wrapped in a scarf and an old woman at work. The black-and-white Middle Eastern scenes pay homage to the restaurant's Mediterranean roots. Each day, cooks combine fresh ingredients and herbs into traditional kebab, shawarma, and casserole entrees. They slice ribbons of meats from rotisseries and tie them into bows around portions of hummus or baba ghanouj.
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