The Pita Pit

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1100 Jefferson Road, Henrietta NY 14623 [Directions] 475 1040 / 475 1112 Monday - Saturday: 11:00AM to 10:00PM
Sunday: 11:30AM to 10:00PM
Monday - Sunday: 11:30AM to 9:15PM
Wheelchair Accessible

The Pita Pit is a Canada-based fast casual chain located in Henrietta. They also have free wifi.

The Pita Pit offers online ordering and delivery that includes Brighton, MCC, and RIT. They accept RIT's Tiger Bucks as payment in addition to cash and all major credit cards.

The former second location in the city's Lower East End (in the historic Hiram Sibley Building) closed in April of 2014 after ten years of business.


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2008-05-06 15:44:52   Great option at 2AM post-bar and a nice inexpensive meal anytime.

Not the best food, but never a bad idea. —MrRochester

2008-09-28 22:41:20   Definitely over-priced. I like the veggie options, but $7-8 for a smallish gyro (or its equivalent) is not reasonable. The food is very generic, nowhere near the quality that would justify the prices. —OwenThompson

2009-05-23 15:48:53   It's overprice in my opinion - around $8 for a pita. But it's got an upstairs, so thats nice. —heyhowareyou

2010-11-17 18:10:33   A healthy fast food place deserves respect for trying. I've eaten here several times and haven't been disappointed. —BatGuano

2011-02-09 14:25:34   Went to the location on Jefferson road for the first time. Not too bad. I liked the Aloha pita. A bit expensive, but it was something at least slightly different than a sub and healthier than a pizza. Not really fantastic, but not bad for a quick lunch —saraokirk

2012-04-13 13:18:45   Since my health concerns has forced me (screaming, I might add) into a low-protein diet, it's been difficult to find food places that serve anything worth eating that doesn't contain a lot of meat. Luckily, Pita Pit is one of the few places that you can get a vegetarian meal that will fill you up. And, they also post all the nutritional info in the store, which makes it very easy for me to do my protein-counting.

As far as the location is concerned, it's kinda basic, with just a few crappy chairs and crappy tables, and the DUMBEST mural on the walls. Looks like the sort of place you usually would find near a small liberal arts college in a small midwestern town. Seriously, people, maybe if you LOOKED a bit more professional, you'd get more business.

Others have complained about the service, but I've never had an issue with them. The pitas are prepared quickly, without any problems.

Right now, the 'regulars' consist of health-conscious hipsters, and the occasional person over 30. Being 50, I find myself a bit out of my element here.