Incredibly popular for lunch, the Pita House is always crowded. Still, the service is fast and the patrons are never rude. Plus, the Mediterranean food is consistently fantastic. Garlicky hummus, fresh-baked pita bread, stuffed grape leaves and hot falafel will appease your appetite for something unusual. When you place your order at the counter, keep an eye out for a table. Turnover is quick, but seats are at a premium. The best deals are plates, which come with a sampling of several foods. Share with some friends, and don't forget the baklava. Be sure to bring cash; they don't accept cards.