Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita!

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2009/09/22 01:28:10 (permalink)

Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita!

They are opening up a Pita Extreme here in Houston, I've never
heard of it is it pretty good? Feedback anybody?" />

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    Filet Mignon
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    Re:Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita! 2009/09/22 02:14:27 (permalink)
    According to their websitehttp://www.extremepita.com/food/extreme-menu.php ) they already have locations in Houston at Briarforest (1531 Eldridge Parkway) and University of Houston (4800 Calhoun Road) and the new locations will be at Galleria (1702 Fountain View) and Willowbrook Mall.
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    Re:Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita! 2009/09/22 08:19:50 (permalink)
    They opened an "Extreme Pita" in my neighborhood on East 23rd Street about a year ago.  It looked like they put an awful lot of money into the build-out.  It lasted about 3 months.  There's about a thousand independent falafel/pita/gyro stores in a 20 block radius, most of them fantastic.  I had no desire to patronize this sanitized, watered down version of middle-eastern food. 
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    Re:Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita! 2009/09/22 19:25:49 (permalink)
    That menu is a total riot.  Regional variations include Buffalo Chicken pita and Philly Cheesesteak pita; I wonder if we're going to get a Chicken Fried Steak pita and a Barbeque Brisket pita down here?  Maybe a barbacoa and refritos pita?

    I wonder why they call them pitas instead of wraps?

    Houston has a huge Middle Eastern community using the typical flat breads of the region in a variety of cuisines.  Try the pita breads at Fadi's or Dimassi's, fresh out of the brick ovens, or the Gyros at Niko Nikos or One's a Meal Greek Village or the Turkish doner (on pide) at one of the Turkish restaurants like Istanbul Grill in the Village.  There are a couple of Israeli restaurants that make fantastic thick and fluffy pita bread.
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    Re:Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita! 2009/09/22 22:26:54 (permalink)
    My son lives in Riverside CA and there is a franchise there, he discovered it a few months ago and raves about it. We are going out to his home in 2 weeks and I had already planned to check it out as to the best of my knowledge it's the only one in So Cal, there are several in No Cal
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