Pita House

At first glance, the Pita House is a pretty unassuming little restaurant, located in an easy to miss gray building along Pleasantburg’s long miracle mile. Coming through the door towards the counter, the styrofoam plates and sparse decor doesn’t inspire too much confidence either. The moment that your meal arrives at your table, however, you will immediately realize why the Pita House is one of the most popular restaurants in Greenville.

The Pita House specializes in offering top-notch Middle Eastern cuisine for lunch and dinner at an extremely affordable rate. The place is considered as something of a mecca for local vegetarians, so be sure to stop by if you are just passing through and have some conscientious diners in your party. The owners are particularly well known for their falafel, fresh tabouli and baba ganoush. Carnivores can enjoy killer meat entrees such as chicken shwarmas and gyro sandwiches.

Unlike the downtown restaurants in Greenville, the Pita House does not accept credit cards, so be sure to bring cash. There is also a small retail section inside where you can purchase grocery and deli items. The staff can be a little stiff with new customers but quickly warm to frequent customers as if they were old friends. Take out is available upon request, and it’s worth noting that this place can get a little busy during the weekday lunch rush. That crowd lines up for a reason though, and one visit just might have you queuing up a few times a week yourself.

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