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The Pita Pit - CLOSED

2270 Town Center Ave Ste 101, Melbourne, FL 32940-6117
+1 321-205-1222
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28 Feb 2015
“Fill er Up”
9 Jun 2014
“Always go in for Vegetarian Wrap”
Restaurant Hours Closed
American, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Greek
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2270 Town Center Ave Ste 101, Melbourne, FL 32940-6117
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Reviewed 28 February 2015

Wow, you can add so many extras to your Pita that is overflowing with vegetables, etc. Good value for your dollar

Thank tpishdad
Reviewed 10 June 2014

Been in for both lunch and dinner. Always get either the falafel or black bean. Both are great. Good prices, good food, and usually quick. Also nice that is is next to World of Beer - can take your wrap in and grab a beer.

Thank beechner224
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
US$ 10
Open Hours
11:00 - 20:00
11:00 - 21:00
11:00 - 21:00
11:00 - 23:00
11:00 - 23:00
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 2270 Town Center Ave Ste 101, Melbourne, FL 32940-6117
  • Location: United States  >  Florida (FL)  >  Brevard County  >  Melbourne
  • Phone Number: +1 321-205-1222
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Pita Pit was founded on the idea that people want an exciting alternative to fast food restaurants—a place with great tasting food that’s healthy, fresh, and still served fast. (Because who isn’t burned out on burgers and pizza, and bottomed out on subs?) So Pita Pit ditched all the heavy breads and buns—along with the higher carbs and fat that today’s health-conscious consumers are trying to avoid.Instead, we came up with our own special light and tasty Lebanese-style pitas. And we vowed to fill them with only the good stuff. Leaner, savory meats that could be grilled to perfection. Unique flavorful cheeses. A larger choice of crisp, fresh veggies. And exotic toppings, including our own zesty signature sauces. Our pitas were also developed with a special fold, so these tantalizing flavors could be all rolled into one.This “fresh thinking and healthy eating” could now be served up quickly for people on the go. And for those who weren’t in a hurry, we designed our restaurants to provide a casual and fun atmosphere—part of which includes friendly employees who are good at what they do and treat every customer as special.Once we began serving lunch and dinner (late-night snacks, too), our unique idea took off. People of all ages and professions have quickly come to love Pita Pit. Franchising began in Canada in 1997, and within two years, it came to the US, where today it’s quickly spread to locations nationwide. (We’ve even began serving breakfast.) Pita Pit is a hit.
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