Re:Has anyone heard of Extreme Pita!
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.