The brand offers customers a healthier alternative to traditional fast food.
A native of Gig Harbor, Wash., Joshua Friedman had always expressed an interest of opening a business in his hometown. That became a reality last week when Friedman brought Pita Pit to town.
With parents still residing on Peacock Hill, Friedman always knew he would head back home to open a business.
"I’ve always felt like this was my home because my family is here, and I was lucky enough to find a perfect location of my Gig Harbor store," Friedman told the Kitsap Sun.
Pita Pit offers customers a pita sandwich with two dozen fresh veggies, 28 different sauces to choose from, and meat choices ranging from prime rib to turkey and grilled chicken.
Friedman's Pita Pit will be open seven days a week, emphasizing a healthy meal made available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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