Pita Pit bundles a panoply of grilled lean meats and fresh vegetables in Lebanese-style wraps that are handy for special and randomly appetizing occasions. The wholesome eats haven specializes in group feasts, assembling each platter with 10 Mediterranean-inspired pitas cut in half to yield harmonious portions. Customers can personalize carb collections from an eclectic menu that includes meat options and vegetarian alternatives or pick up preordained specialty platters such as the deli combo, a savory trio of turkey, black forest ham, and roast beef. Pita Pit also arranges breakfast platters with selections such as the Awakin' with Bacon, Ham 'n' Eggs, or the veggie-vetted Morning Glory. Regardless of desired delicacies, all platters arrive with plates, utensils, and napkins that keep faces clean and picnic baskets relevant.
At Great Harvest Bread Co. we specialize in whole grain breads & sweets. We mill our own flour and bake from scratch every day! We use only natural & fresh ingredients, including local wheat & honey. Taste the amazing Great Harvest difference!
Decorated coaches share the sport of fencing with first-time students and veteran duelists on Pioneer Valley Fencing Academy’s polished lanes. The instructors specialize in a variety of fencing disciplines, and a majority of them have speared their way through lofty certifications. Throughout the years, that experience has helped produce students who have competed in 12 different states, from local events to national championships and public readings of The Three Musketeers. Today, the academy offers classes in different disciplines throughout the week, with specific programs geared toward adults and children.
Fans of pre-dinner dining revel in Off Main Street Deli's menu of hearty breakfast and lunch fare, including homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, sack lunches, and sweets. Begin daily deliciousness quests with an order of french toast ($4.95) or a bagel loaded with eggs, ham, and cheese ($3.50). Dive into a deluge of taco soup on Wednesdays to master midweek masticating ($2.50–$4) or chomp on a chicken-caesar salad to teach teeth about Rome's most infamous dressing inventor ($5.75–$8.25). Leisurely lunchers chew each bite of the chicken-salad sandwich 20 times before swallowing ($6–$8), and busy businessmen pick portable sack lunches, which include a choice of chips, cookie, and soda, to power-eat their way through noontime meetings ($6.25–$10). Satisfy sweet teeth with a cream-cheese-frosted pumpkin bar ($2) or a homemade chocolate-chip cookie ($1.50), and wash down wayward stomach stuffers with a canned soda ($1) or juice ($2). Off Main Street Deli is open until 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday.