Pita Bite specializes in Lebanese dishes, but Frank says they prepare many of them a little differently than most places. For instance, they cook shish kabob sans skewer. "When it's on a skewer, you never know if it's a leftover," Frank explains. "Ours is always fresh. We marinate the meat, then slice it into layers and sauté it on a griddle with onions and flavored Lebanese spices." Other Middle Eastern entrees include chicken kabob and beef and chicken shawarma. The restaurant rounds out the menu with seafood, steaks, sandwiches, burgers, and salads, with lunch entrees starting at $8 and dinner entrees at $12. T..."/>
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Pita Bite restaurant, Ann Arbor, Michigan

A fresh start on North Main

And other Marketplace Changes

From the July, 2009 issue

The "Pita Bite coming soon" sign that appeared in the window of 207 North Main shortly after the latest tenant went out of business made a pretty bold claim: "The Best Food in Town." In early June, brothers Frank and Ed Istanbouli gave Ann Arborites a chance to test it when they opened their new Middle Eastern restaurant in the former Seajoy's Kitchen space.

 
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