The Pita Grill located at 27 South Street in the business district of Morristown is set to have a grand opening and ribbon cutting at 12:00 Noon on Saturday, December 14.
Joining in the celebration will be the mayor of Morristown, Tim Dougherty, along with other dignitaries and the owners. A Pita Grill T-Shirt will be given away to the first 100 customers.
Owned and operated by a partnership group based in New York City and Hoboken, this particular Pita Grill will be the 7th to exist.
The décor inside of the restaurant has a rustic look with its unique imported wood from Vermont giving it a classy appearance. They offer full service as well as takeout and free delivery. The towns which they deliver to are Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, Cedar Knolls, Florham Park, Harding Twp., and any town in the Morris county area for a catering order only. The hours of operation are 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., 7 days a week.
The menu provides a healthier option to dining with all of the items being made fresh daily. All of the selections stem from Mediterranean roots with an American flare. Some of the choices are Paninis, pitas, salads, platters and many dips and spreads.
Everything is a healthier alternative for those whom like to eat delicious meats and more while keeping a balanced diet. You can visit their website here to take a look at their menu.