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Pita Hut


Miami Beach

$$$$Perfect For:Serious Take-Out OperationQuick Eats
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It's hard to find food in Mid-Beach that isn't located in a pricey hotel restaurant. But Pita Hut—a casual kosher spot serving hummus, falafel, and good pita sandwiches—is a reliable option. The best thing to get here is one of the pita sandwiches, which come stuffed with shawarma, schnitzel, falafel, and more. It's just what you want after a long day at the beach—or just a long day trying (and failing) to find parking on Collins. They have a big dining room, but the wooden furniture isn't terribly comfortable, so treat this as a takeout spot.

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