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  • 128 South 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA
  • Phone: 215-925-7482
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  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

Latest About Eat-A-Pita

More Of The Best Soups In Center City: Readers Edition


A few days ago, we posted a list of some of the best soups in Center City–a perfect little thing for a gray, cold day. But almost as soon as it went up, readers started commenting with places that we’d forgotten. And since the first post was never meant to be anything like a canonical list, we’ve decided to expand it here with reader suggestions–plus a couple of extra places that we just love.

So first, I finally got the chance to stop by the new(ish) Hippot Shabu Shabu, which opened a couple months back in Chinatown. I have two things to say about it right off the bat…

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Check Out the Menu at Eat-A-Pita

Eat-A-Pita opened last Saturday at 128 S 12th Street. The lunch/dinner spot offers pitas, paninis, soups and salads for $10 and under.

Check out the menu and start planning how you’ll combine the protein, produce and pour on your pita.

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Weekend: Happy Labor Day


The reimagined Field House opens at the Reading Terminal Market.

$1.99 canned beers and 3-for-$5 tacos at the Plymouth Meeting Whole Foods.

Celebrate with the Port Richmond Pour House which turns one-year old.

It’s a sneak peek of the Fringe Fest’s late night cabaret at the Underground Arts building.


Magpie opens at 1622 South Street.

Eat a pita for half-price at Eat-a-Pita.

Hang with Jay-Z and the food trucks as you drink Bud Heavy at Made in America.

Pooch friendly beer event at the Beer Yard in Wayne.


You’re on your own, maybe a barbecue with friends?


Pick a beer, pick a brunch. Local 44 (Dogfish Head), Resurrection Ale House (Victory Brewing) and Memphis Taproom (vintage beers from the cellar) are all hosting special Labor Day brunches.

Thinking about dinner out? These Starr restaurants are open.

Scott Schroeder teams up with Amis for Industry Night.