Known for its beautiful Sonoran desert, 350 days of sunshine and its town-like atmosphere, Tucson is home to a new Pita Jungle restaurant. Tucson is home of the University of Arizona Wildcats, Davis-Monthan AFB, and the world's largest gem show. Additionally, the museums of Tucson are world renowned and support a great arts community. Come to Pita Jungle, The Art of Eating Healthy®, and enjoy our healthy food, cool art, as well as the amazing sunsets from our fireplace patio.
Kafta Burger* $10.29
Certified Angus ground beef, mixed with parsley, jalapenos, onions and pomegranate molasses, on Ciabatta bread, with chipotle hummus and a chopped salad of lettuce, onions, tomatoes and sumac. Served with garlic new potatoes.
Soup du Jour $3.29/$4.49
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Wood-Fired Veggie Lavosh Wrap $9.79
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.
Hummus With Sirloin $9.99
Hummus dip topped with grilled sirloin and toasted pine nuts.
Spicy Mango Shrimp $14.99
Seven jumbo tiger shrimp stir-fried with caramelized onions and slivered mangos in a spicy sauce. Served with stir-fried ginger rice.
Couscous Salad $10.29
Couscous with fresh spinach, red bell peppers, corn, onions, tomatoes, taboule, garbanzo beans, cilantro, golden raisins, pineapple, sunflower seeds, jalapeno peppers and honey, mixed with a olive oil vinaigrette. Topped with pita chip strips.
Island Shrimp Lavosh Pizza $10.99
Wood-fired Lavosh crust with shrimp, pineapple, roasted red bell peppers, roasted jalapenos, red onions, Feta cheese and mango glaze.
Grilled chicken and mixed beans in lavosh bread, topped with cheddar and wood-fired. Served with brown rice, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, Pico de Gallo and tzatziki.
*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.
Caroline Pyevich | Currently On Exhibit
My goal is to create images that reflect the inner workings of my consciousness and the space where dreaming and visions occur, where there is connection between the self and the divine. The vision is spontaneous and unplanned, where paintings develop through the process of discovery and layering. I have been painting professionally since 1998 and have had numerous showing throughout Canada and the United States, including in Arizona, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Minnesota, and Illinois. My work has been featured in magazines and galleries in Manitoba, Canada. More paintings can be viewed at www.artwanted.com/abstract17
Wilberta Mouthrop | Currently On Exhibit
Wilberta Moulthrop Fine Art P.O. BOX 2366 Cortaro, AZ, 85652 520-616-7505 RiderBerta@gmail.com Wilberta Mouthrop, Desert Artist, originally from Illinois, now calls Tucson her full time home, where she lives with her husband, Peter, and two very special therapy dogs. Self taught in her formative years, she studied art at the College of St. Francis in Joliet, IL and later mentored with several ... Read More
Wilberta Mouthrop | Currently On Exhibit
Wilberta Moulthrop Fine Art P.O. BOX 2366 Cortaro, AZ, 85652 520-616-7505 RiderBerta@gmail.com Wilberta Mouthrop, Desert Artist, originally from Illinois, now calls Tucson her full time home, where she lives with her husband, Peter, and two very special therapy dogs. Self taught in her formative years, she studied art at the College of St. Francis in Joliet, IL and later mentored with several professional artists including Donnalda Smolens and Jim Tonges while developing her own fiercely independent creative style, painting the things she loves. Wilberta has raised and trained guide dog puppies, and participated in Animal Assisted Therapy programs in Chicago and California. She practices Tai Chi, and volunteers with the Heart Series Programs in Tucson. Horses have been a lifelong passion, and her current work reflect her love. If she is not painting, she in the saddle, riding her Paso Fino mare, Lucia. Her life journeys have provided her with spiritual strength and fired her creative muse. She is a past member of the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council, the Desert Art Springs Cultural Commission, the Desert Art Center, a featured Palapas Artist, and one of the artists for the Path of the Bighorn public art project. She has shown extensively in California, including several one-woman shows, and has served as a teaching asssistant for the Tools of Tomorrow Art Program, Desert Hot Springs, CA. She has works in private collections in Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Minnesota. North Carolina, Wisconsin and Texas. She is a member of the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, Women Kraft and belongs to The Renaissance Women Artists. Wilberta's has recently shown her work at Raices Taller 222 and Solar Culture in Tucson, Tile Art and Design Works in Desert Hot Springs, CA; she took 1st Place with a painting called Courage at the TCI Gallery Winter Show. She has a One Woman Show thru August at the Kirk Bear Canyon Library. Her current works include the use of clay in the creation of fine art jewelry and one of a kind ceramic and raku pieces. The artist is available for commissions and private showings. Prints of original works are available by contacting the artist.
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.