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What You'll Get
In 1977, military scientists invented pita pockets as a means of preventing humans from devouring pants pockets. Curb your pants-eating proclivities with today's Groupon: for $7, you get two stuffed pita pockets of your choice at Pita Pit in Naperville (up to a $15 value). The culinary connoisseurs at Pita Pit stuff soft pita pockets full of healthy Mediterranean and Western ingredients for quick, portable meals. Peer up at the menu, and kick off the morning or cocktail hour with an all-day available breakfast pita, such as the Morning Glory with avocado, eggs, tomatoes, and your choice of cheese and zesty sauces ($5.95). Traditional options include the savory gyro with mediterranean seasonings ($5.95) or a jaw-challenging Dagwood with turkey, ham, roast beef, and an inexplicable comb over ($6.50). Vegetarians can also find delicious items on the menu, such as the falafel ($5.50) or hummus ($5.25) pitas. Taste buds electrified with inspiration can use this Groupon to craft a second pita sandwich from a potpourri of stuffings, including jalapeños, pineapple, barbecue sauce, and the wishes of lonely security guards.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eata Pita
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.