Who can say no to falafel? At the Pita House, vegans should say no. The Pita House has a shared fryer which means anything fried, such as the falafel and the fries are off the list - unless you don't mind your falafel being cooked in oil that just cooked chicken. It's a bummer, because this staple of the Grand Rapids community since 1999 offers solid middle eastern food.
You can still eat the other staples. stuff grape leaves, hummus, baba ghanoush and the pita bread. The lentil soup is vegan, a favorite when we're feeling under the weather.
The Eastown location is open late (2am) Thursday through Saturday. There is also a second location in Kentwood located at 3730 28th St SE.