Clean Eating in St. Pete is very easy to accomplish. The hardest thing to do is to make the decision to spend $12 for one meal, versus $8 for a delicious (I mean… high calorie infested) cheeseburger combo.
All of the eateries in Florida are new to my household, that makes it so much fun to explore… and eat.
We checked out Pita Pit. Imagine the restaurant Subway, but think of Pita Pit as Subway’s older and better looking cousin (when it comes to the food). Of course the menu was extensive, and everything looked mouthwatering. I decided on the Chicken Caesar Pita (all natural and preservative free), and Jonny ordered the Club Pita. One has the option to make this a meal by adding chips and a drink.
I’m a sucker for an Industrial decor… swoon.
The process was interesting! You order your protein for the pita and then it is cooked on the grill. There’s options for vegans as well.
Once your protein is ready to be wrapped up, at the next station the toppings are fresh and endless; almost impossible to choose from. Who could resist the colors and quality of the ingredients below?
One can even add hummus to their pita (the containers with the spreading utensils).
There’s also multiple choices for sauces to include. I went for Ranch dressing and Caesar. I was a little worried with how all of this would mesh well as this is what I saw. I anticipated my chicken and veggies being scattered throughout each bite… I really thought this was the end. Wrap it up in a to-go wrap!
But nope, there was another step! Take a flat edge and scrap it all into the pita, now wrap that thing like a burrito.
The final product was incredibly well made with flavors and textures of every ingredient in every bite.
Find them on social media… and they cater. If this is clean eating in St. Pete, I might be switching up the way I devour food.
2991 66th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL, 33710