While the sandwich takes its name from the cards-loving Earl of Sandwich, the pita takes its name from an ancient king famous for banishing all utensils from his realm. Rid your kingdom of knave forks and dastardly knives with today’s Groupon to Pita Pit in Naperville. Choose between the following options:
- For $6, you get $12 worth of fresh pitas.
- For $40, you get one build-your-own pita platter, which includes 10 mix-and-match pitas (an $80 value).
Pita Pit fashions Lebanese-style pita bread into edible, handheld baskets that pack a bounty of roasted meats, fresh toppings, and succulent sauces. Both signature and build-your-own pitas, with over a dozen toppings and sauces, reside on the menu, and each health-minded bundle broadcasts its nutritional info online and on its bread in fine sesame-seed print. The philly steak steams with grilled beef, onions, and peppers ($6.25), while the chicken caesar loads up on grilled chicken, romaine lettuce, parmesan cheese, and bacon ($6.35). For fare as authentically Mediterranean as Poseidon’s own trident-churned smoothies, the falafel pita rolls seasoned fried chickpea patties into its fluffy mitt ($5.50). Breakfast pitas tempt early-risers with the Awakin’ with Bacon's eggs, hash browns, cheese, and grilled veggies ($5.95).
Pita platters sate small gatherings with 10 fluffy pockets packed with any of Pita Pit's fresh-filling combinations. All platters come with utensils, plates, and napkins, leaving hosts time to treat guests to the extended version of their Sonata for Vacuum Cleaner in B.
Eata Pita’s cooks stuff pillowy pitas and wraps with a wide variety of roasted meats, crisp veggies, and creamy sauces. Seated in a casual, cheerful dining room with yellow walls, diners can savor the traditional Mediterranean flavors of gyro pitas with tzatziki sauce or opt for fusion snacks such as the teriyaki-chicken pita with provolone cheese. The expansive build-your-own-pita ingredient list offers everything from black-bean patties to bacon, and a kids' menu includes cheese quesadillas, hot dogs, and other favorites sure to win favorable newspaper write-ups from pintsize food critics.