Mediterranean civilizations invented many lasting concepts, developing astronomy to explain the cosmos and democracy to equally divide chicken kebabs. Split a skewer with today’s Groupon to Pita Pit in Tukwila. Choose from the following options:
- For $8, you get punch card for two visits (a $16 value).
- For $14, you get punch card for four visits (a $32 value).
- For $19, you get a pita platter that includes 10 pitas (up to a $55 value).
Each punch card visit is good for $8 worth of pitas and drinks.
The local branch of a national establishment, Pita Pit charms patrons’ palates with a menu of more than 30 stuffed pita sandwiches built for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Empowered with a punch card in hand and a brazen look of self determination on face, diners can lead mandibles through morning exercises with the Meat the Day pita, a protein-heavy blend of scrambled eggs, bacon, and black forest ham ($5.95), or wake up early to catch the Morning Glory pita’s colorful combination of eggs, green peppers, cheese, and tomato ($5.95) before it seals itself closed with the passing sun. Lunch and dinner lead eaters down divergent paths on the culinary map, veering taste buds toward classic Mediterranean tastes or innovative combinations such as the dagwood ($6.95), a three-meat feast loaded with turkey, ham, and prime rib. A chopped spicy-black-bean patty offers a tasteful twist on a typical veggie burger ($6.25), and a pita packed with creamy feta ($5.75) provides a spin on the typical grilled cheese or a pants pocket filled with melted-blue-cheese crumbles.
Alternatively, work proms and tailgating soirees reach new gastronomic heights with pita platters. Ten pitas fill large platters (up to a $55 value), from which diners can sup on the available breakfast pita and veggie options. The platter includes plastic flatware.