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Jupiter - What are the great restaurants in this area?

I am one of the new owners at Pita Grille and yes we did change hands in May. Thanks so much for the restaurant shout out and I hope you can join us soon to check out our place. We loved what Pita Grille was before we bought it so we hope you enjoy just as much and more. We have a special New Year's Eve event going on starting at 5pm Dec 31st with a limited specials menu paired with wine and champagne as well as a full liquor bar.
Hope you can join us soon!
561 630 0115
www.thepitagrille.com

Dec 29, 2011
wifelywhisper in Florida

Breakfast Places in Palm Beach Gardens/Juno/Jupiter???

Pita Grille just started serving weekend breakfasts
www.thepitagrille.com

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Pita Grille
12100 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408

Oct 29, 2011
wifelywhisper in Florida

best breakfast in palm beach county

Pita Grille in North Palm Beach is now serving weekend breakfast
www.thepitagrille.com

Oct 29, 2011
wifelywhisper in Miami - Fort Lauderdale

Breakfast in Palm Beach Garden area

Pita Grille in North Palm Beach just started serving weekend breakfasts but not on weekdays
Www.thepitagrille.com

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Pita Grille
12100 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408

Oct 29, 2011
wifelywhisper in Florida

Pita Grille Restaurant in North Palm Beach

The website is finally up and running!
www.thepitagrille.com

Oct 14, 2011
wifelywhisper in Miami - Fort Lauderdale

Pita Grille Restaurant in North Palm Beach

Just to clear things up... Pita Grille has been sold to owners coming from California (this is my family). We are still passionate about the Mediterranean food and love what Adib created... He still comes in from time to time to eat and to converse with his regulars.
Our goal with Pita Grille is only to enhance what Adib started and we hope you get the time to come in and see what we have done. Food is still fantastic and we are really enjoying our start here in the area.
Whether or not a name change happens is still up in the air... We would like something that encompasses our entire menu because sometimes "Pita Grille" doesn't sound like you can also walk in and get blue crab cakes, organic salmon, and pick from a variety of good wines... For now, we are just concentrating on getting to know our regulars and welcoming newcomers.
Thanks so much for starting this post, freakerdude. It's people like you who help keep us afloat and we really appreciate it! Hope to see you soon!

Aug 16, 2011
wifelywhisper in Miami - Fort Lauderdale

chowhound in thousand oaks

oh yeah, i forgot to mention an italian favorite.....

Pomodoro in Woodland Hills- a nice Italian restaurant- we love the broiled garlic bread, minestrone soup.....and the best part of that place is their killer fettuccine Alfredo....it tastes like they make the noodles themselves....if you try it please report back because i am eager to hear whether or not my taste buds have been deprived of any pasta you think might be better :)

Jan 16, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area

chowhound in thousand oaks

I've always wanted to try Zin Bistro....what do you recommend there?

Jan 15, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area

chowhound in thousand oaks

Santa Fe Cafe is in the same strip as JV's on the opposite end...hope you can find it next time.
Maybe I just like meat too much and I haven't really sat down to think about how the trip tip might vary....i should probably eat slower instead of devouring it :)
I enjoy JV's tri tip soup alot which makes a big difference when it is surrounded by vegetables and a great juicy broth

Jan 15, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area

chowhound in thousand oaks

ooo...sorry to give too high expectations! I am glad you guys won't give up on it...you are obviously the *nice* chowhounds :)
I agree....the Ranch patty could be thicker and that would add alot....i would imagine its difficult to try and make up cost with such a big bun and a thicker patty...maybe more customers will bring in a bigger budget to help increase the patty...haha!
I heard a rumor that Mastro's is closing.....have you all heard anything?

Jan 15, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area

chowhound in thousand oaks

great tips and insight!
love brent's....fun atmosphere for lunch with big bowls of soup...always a part of the criteria!
Haven't gotten to try the alley as they are a little expensive. Would love to go out but its so easier to find the "hole in the wall" to die for food that beats it all....and you don't have to dress up and look proper ;)
I'm a Wood Ranch fan too....I love their tri tip soup but they don't serve it everyday! Don't care for their eggless ceasar dressing, though....tasteless and too fishy for my likes. They have a pretty good housesalad with corn that meets my tastes

You gave such a good description for the places you mentioned that I'll do the same for mine

The Ranch: a little restaurant in the TJ Max parking lot on Lindero and T.O. blvd. The best food ever....everything is spectacular and the prices are pretty good! They are mostly known for catering but their grab and go food is fantastic. They deluxe cheeseburger is phenomenal made with homemade buns that are so light and fluffy ....topped with a secret sauce that is out of this world. You won't crave any other burger....that's my take on it! They also have items not on the menu...like a skinny menu for dieters and will even accomodate you based on your likes/dislikes.....veggie buger, burger salad, etc....soooo
good!

Santa Fe Cafe: Las Virgenes Rd. by the liquor store on the corner of T.O (Brittney Ct.)
GREAT mexican food that is known by all the locals....huge burritos and out of this world fajitas.....way good salsa too....watch out Baja Fresh!

JV's BBQ: Las Virgenes Rd. (same strip as Santa Fe). This place exploded after they opened because their tri tip is scrumptious! Tri tip sandwich, tri tip salad, tri tip soup....all worth it! They do big dinner meals for parties and family dinners that you can order and pick up! Their garlic rolls are doughy and just the right texture....bbq sauce makes the meal!

Jan 09, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area

chowhound in thousand oaks

okay everyone...how about all those great restaurants that you just can't believe you've never heard of before and would travel 10 million miles to eat at? I know alot of you live more in the greater los angeles area....but how about the outskirts: woodland hills, calabasas, agoura, westlake village, thousand oaks, simi valley....what are your favorite places in these areas?

My faves:

-The Ranch: Westlake Village, CA www.theranchcatering.com- best burgers ever!

-Santa Fe Cafe- Calabasas, CA - hole in the wall Mexican food....oh yeah!

-JV's BBQ- Calabasas, CA - great bbq....better than woodranch...tri tip anything!

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The Ranch
30843 E Thousand Oaks Blvd, Westlake Village, CA 91362

Jan 07, 2009
wifelywhisper in Los Angeles Area