A meal at Pita Kabob should always begin with creamy, housemade Hummus. Tasting of cilantro and jalapeno peppers, it delivers a pleasant hint of heat, and comes with a choice of pita chips, pita bread, or cucumber slices.
Shawarma Fries are another starter difficult to resist. Crisp French fries are loaded with shawarma meat, onions, tomatoes, garlic sauce, spicy tahini, and cheese. It’s an indulgence worth every bite. Choose a half or full order based on the number of people at your table and the size of your appetite.
A classic dinner favorite is the Traditional Gyro Pita Wrap: a large round piece of soft pita bread filled with gyro meat freshly shaved from the doner. It’s topped with lettuce, tomato, pickles and onion and drizzled with creamy sauce.
Rice Bowls are another good choice. The Vegetarian Rice Bowl comes topped with house-made falafel, veggies, and sauce. Both wraps and rice bowls have multiple options with chicken or beef shawarma, gyro meat, falafel, or grilled vegetables.
Heartier appetites will enjoy the combo plates served at dinner. A selection of meats or falafel are available as well as sides such as rice, hummus, and salad. Served with pita bread, a combo plate is one big meal, easily sharable.
The bar has one of the area’s best selections of craft beers with over 20 taps, plus a few varieties of wine. If you arrive for lunch or mid-day, place your order at the front and pay. Grab any table or booth of your choice and your food will be brought out to you. Hostess seating and table service begins at dinnertime.
There are multiple seating options inside in the main dining area or in the bar, but if the weather is nice, the outdoor beer garden beckons. It’s shaded for sunny days and there are several tables for larger groups. Dogs are welcomed on the patio.