Pita Plus

You might be tempted to call Pita Plus one of St. Louis' best-kept secrets - until you see the crowds thronging the tiny storefront at lunchtime. You'll still trumpet it as one heckuva value. The gyros are plump with shaved meat and utterly fantastic, the falafel - crisp outside and moist within - could convert the most savage of carnivores to the glories of the chickpea, and the baba gannoujh might be the best in town. Best of all, you and your dining mates can exit Pita Plus completely sated without spending more than $10 apiece.

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You might be tempted to call Pita Plus one of St. Louis' best-kept secrets - until you see the crowds thronging the tiny storefront at lunchtime. You'll still trumpet it as one heckuva value. The gyros are plump with shaved meat and utterly fantastic, the falafel - crisp outside and moist within - could convert the most savage of carnivores to the glories of the chickpea, and the baba gannoujh might be the best in town. Best of all, you and your dining mates can exit Pita Plus completely sated without spending more than $10 apiece.

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