Not snow, sleet or frigid morning could keep the ribbon cutting ceremony for happening at the Pita Grill in Morristown Saturday.
Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty was there along with Morris County Sheriff Edward Rochford to celebrate the opening of the new eatery, which moved into the old Kabob Fusion space at 27 South St.
After Kebab Fusion closed, Nick Andelora told Patch back in July had his eye on the location.
The Morristown location is the seventh Pita Grill owned and operated by a partnership group based in New York City and Hoboken.
The décor inside of the restaurant is rustic, imported wood from Vermont and the Pita Grill offers full free delivery to Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains,
Cedar Knolls, Florham Park and Harding.
The menu aims to provide a healthier options and selections that stem from Mediterranean roots with an American flare. Pita Grill was founded in 1993 and features a wide variety of items from paninis and schnitzels to smoothies and salads. Their philosophy is "West Coast influence. Hipper, healthier choices."
Those interested can visit the website for menu information. The hours of operation are 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., 7 days a week.
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