magic-pita-cafeMagic Pita Café has opened at 5 W. Haley Street in the former home of Greek House Café which closed in September.

“Each day word of mouth is carrying the message of Mediterranean – Middle Eastern – fast – gourmet – take-out food being served from a sparkling, clean, upscale hole-in-the-wall,” says representative Sharon Brasil.

The menu offers fresh rotisserie meat wraps and vegetarian dishes including Shawarma Wrap (beef/lamb/chicken), Beirut Kafta Burger Wrap, Falafel, Tabouli, Hummus, Rolled Grape Leaves, Tzatziki and Baklava.

Hours are Monday – Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m., Sunday noon – 5 p.m., Friday – Saturday late nights 10:30 p.m. – 2:30 a.m., closed Monday. For more information call 560-0809 or visit

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  1. Gary says:

    Gotta love that “Geek” food!

  2. Dude says:

    Finally somebody has Falafel’s in this town!!

  3. Sonja says:

    Sounds great! Love the menu offerings. Looking forward to checking them out!

  4. Glenn says:

    Its a whole new world, meet you there!

  5. Pat Fish says:

    The chef and owner of Magic Pita Cafe, Heloh from Lebanon, is one of those people whose enthusiasm for life shines in their eyes. His passion for the foods of his native land, and the music and dance, make him the perfect proprietor of a tiny efficient cafe. He is committed to serving quality authentic food, and takes seriously his role as culinary ambassador. First get someone to taste the food, then next they will be curious about the culture, and in time the world becomes a happier place as we learn about the many varieties of human experience. The menu is simple and savory, and well worth investigation.

  6. Mike says:

    I like Greek food and have been eating it for 50 yrs in the
    Pasadena area. I don’t need the left wing gibberish ” … in time
    the world becomes a happier place,,,” in a food review.

  7. Glenn says:

    As long as I get three wishes I’m there!

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