There’s nothing worse than waking up in the morning to go to class and sitting though class on an empty stomach.
Well no more: Now in addition to the lunch and dinner menu, the West Chester Pita Pit offers five new breakfast pitas beginning last week. The options include: Awakin’ with Bacon, Morning Glory, Ham n’ Eggs, Steak n’ Eggs, and Meat of the day and each breakfast pita comes with eggs and hash browns. It is made to order to include any toppings, veggies, cheeses and sauce desired. It’s a fresh alternative to the food trucks for a delectable, made-to-order breakfast on the go.
The breakfast pitas are the newest addition to the six-year-old establishment located in the heart of town. They’re available all day, because Rob Gillman, West Chester Pita Pit owner and manager, said he thinks breakfast is appealing at any time of the day.
“I like the Awakin’ with Bacon,” Gillman said. “It comes with eggs, hash browns, and bacon and I like to grill onions and green peppers, toss in some cheddar cheese, avocado, and salsa. Yum.”
The pitas are perfect for students on-the-go who want a fresh, delicious-and quick- breakfast.
“I have been told that I make the best pita on the east coast, and the perfect one can be made in less than 60 seconds,” Gillman said. With fresh ingredients grilled in front of customers and immediately wrapped into a pita, the meal is tailored to perfection.
But the Pita Pit isn’t just for students in a hurry, with a scenic location and welcoming atmosphere, the pita can be enjoyed right in the store, with a variety of lunch and dinner options to choose from.
“We offer lots of vegetarian pitas, healthy choices, fresh ingredients and a ton of different meat combinations,” Gillman said. “In addition, unlike most establishments that deliver, we do not have a delivery minimum.”
Deliveries can be placed online or over the phone to satisfy your morning hunger, the Pita Pit can provide a fresh and tasty breakfast. They also offer a variety of lunch and dinner specials, including $4 chicken pitas on Mondays and $4 turkey pitas on Tuesdays.
The Pita Pit provides a delightful alternative to the abundance of fast food and pizza restaurants scattered across the town, and creates a exceptional experience for customers.
“We stress costumer service first and foremost,” Gillman said. “We also feel like we offer a unique product that everyone can enjoy.”
The establishment has continued to evolve and has proved that in spite of so much turn over in town, the Pita Pit is here to stay.
The Pita Pit is located at 139 West Gay Street and can be reached at 610-918-PITA (7482). It is open from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the week and closes at 3:00 a.m. on the weekends.
For a complete list of the Pita Pit’s in store and catering menus, and nutrition information, visit www.wcpitapit.com.
Brynn Dougherty is a fourth-year student majoring in economics and finance with a minor in journalism. She can be reached at BD670913@wcupa.edu.