Gilbert offers so much more than when it was the Hay Capital of the World — including Pita Jungle. This location is run by three musicians who play with the popular bands Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, El Oso Negro, and Reubens Accomplice. The food is great and so is the scene, so be sure to stop by and say, “Hey.”
Coconut Curry Soup $2.99/$4.49
Chickpeas, onions, red bell peppers, jalapenos, tomatoes, curry, coconut milk and fresh cilantro in a seasoned vegetable broth.
Wood-Fired Veggie Lavosh Wrap $8.29
A blend of marinated zucchini and yellow squash, eggplant, wood-fired tomatoes and onions in a Portobello mushroom marinade, with fresh spinach, pesto sauce, garlic dip and seasoning, wrapped in lavosh bread. Served with red bell pepper hummus, roasted garlic potatoes and garnished on the side with Sriracha sauce.
Riviera Tuna Salad $9.29
Albacore tuna over brown rice on a bed of romaine lettuce, garnished with tomatoes, cilantro, red onions and Kalamata olives, sprinkled with lemon vinaigrette.
Lavosh Pita Crisp $7.29
Thin lavosh bread rubbed with chipotle peppers and covered with cheddar cheese. Baked in the wood-fired oven and served with fresh Pico de Gallo and Tzatziki.
Wood-Fired Linguine and Parmesan Crusted Chicken $10.99
Pan-tossed linguine with tomatoes, garlic, capers, fresh basil, and olive oil. Topped with Parmigiano Reggiano crusted breast of chicken and baked in the wood-fired oven.
*These items may be cooked to order and may contain raw or undercooked ingredients. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.
Gilbert | ARTIST 1
Skye Lucking | Currently On Exhibit
Skye Lucking’s approach is influenced by the objects, shapes and people which appear and reappear in our everyday lives. Working with oils, acrylics, ink and graphite, Lucking tries to impart a whimsical spirit into her paintings with subtle allusions to shapes animal, botanical, human, and machine all presented in bright and joyful colors. She began as an artist in 2001 working ... Read More
Skye Lucking | Currently On Exhibit
Skye Lucking’s approach is influenced by the objects, shapes and people which appear and reappear in our everyday lives. Working with oils, acrylics, ink and graphite, Lucking tries to impart a whimsical spirit into her paintings with subtle allusions to shapes animal, botanical, human, and machine all presented in bright and joyful colors. She began as an artist in 2001 working only with ink on paper. In 2010 she moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina and studied under acclaimed Argentine artist, Miguel Angel Giovanetti, when she expanded the scope and aesthetic of her work to include oil and acrylic on canvas. Lucking’s work has been featured in exhibits in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dallas TX, Oklahoma City, OK and Phoenix, AZ. The same objects, shapes, and people appear and reappear in our lives. They are constant, but forever formulated in a different composition so as to remain fresh in our perspective. This is the approach to my artwork. I use many of the same themes, objects, and shapes. Yet, I revel in their infinite and sundry arrangements. Just as with all things in life. Working with oils, acrylics, ink, and graphite I try to impart a whimsical spirit into my paintings with subtle allusions to shapes animal, botanical, human, and machine. I delight in describing my artwork as the love child of Dr. Seuss and M.C. Escher adopted and reared by Rube Goldberg. You can see examples of her work at www.skyelucking.com
EXPLORE OUR FOOD
Our food is always fresh, tasty and made from scratch. Inspired by the principles of the Mediterranean diet, high quality proteins along with grains, fresh veggies, fruits and olive oil are daily used to serve the most amazing dishes. Spectacular plates that taste scrumptious while being super healthful, offer delicious options to a variety of diets from vegan to gluten free, and low calories to high protein. Whatever your preference is, there is always something great cooking for you at Pita Jungle.
DISCOVER OUR SOUL
Pita Jungle culture is relaxed while upbeat, casual while hip. Our restaurants conceived to look all different, espouse the time and place they occupy and are continuously being reinvented so to preserve a cutting edge whether in the ambiance or the foods we prepare. From urban to shabby chic, neo hippy to industrial, you will always be basking in a wonderful atmosphere to the sound of fusion jazz, indy rock and world beats.