Pita Pit

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Think of this: You’re hungry at midnight. You want to eat, but it seems difficult to find something light, healthy, and with low calories. Guess what? Pita Pit absolutely meets your need!

When to Go: Basically, you are welcome to go to Pita Pit anytime, either for brunch, lunch, dinner, or even late night snack. But if you don’t want to be surprised by a super long line, you might want to be there earlier and avoid the lunch rush hour. Every day, Pita Pit also delivers for customers to Syracuse Universitiy and SUNY-ESF campus and off-campus housing, which starts at 5 p.m. The Bottom Line: Anytime when you need a bite!

On Tap: Pita Pit makes it a mission to offer healthy fast food. With a healthy pita, you will never need to eat with guilt. Pita Pit provides various lean meats, abundant vegetables, and more than 15 kinds of sources, and you can choose any of them to make it your own style. As a vegetarian-friendly restaurant, Pita Pit also has a special veggie pitas’ section. The Bottom Line: A McDonald’s with healthy, low-fat, light food.

Blue Plate Special: Undoubtedly, it’s definitely Chicken Crave pita. Pita Pit only uses high-quality chicken meat, so it’s easy for customers to tell the difference in their first bite. Not to mention you don’t have to pay over $7 to get one. It’s reasonable. It’s healthy. It’s delicious! The Bottom Line: Chicken is a must!

The Scene: Pita Pit is a small restaurant that only offers take-out. To make customers easier to order, Pita Pit has a glass counter, and you can watch your order being made. The Bottom Line: Take-out only!

The Crew: There’re usually three to six people serving at the same time, and the smile never disappears from any of them. They also serve fast, which decreases customers’ waiting time. The Bottom Line: Smiling makes customers happy. 

The Crowd: When there’re full of people in Pita Pit, you always find most of them are SU students. Even if Pita Pit mostly provides light food, girls are not really much more than boys. We can say people really care more about healthy eating, and Pita Pit’s is definitely a trend. The Bottom Line: One of the best locations to meet SU Students.

The Deets: Pita Pit is located at 107 Marshall Street, which is so close from Syracuse University’s North campus. It offers a wide variety of pitas lower than 500 calories. A pita costs between $5.50 and $7.00 that won’t make your wallet too sad. Pita Pit also starts to sell combos from this August, providing more options to customers. To see the full healthy menu, click here. The Bottom Line: A pita a day keeps the fat away.

Review by Amy Su


107 Marshall Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 479-0460

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