Pita Wraps' namesake colossuses aren't so much edibles as they are a construction project on the level of washing out the Augean stables: herds of wonderfully spiced lamb and beef chunks; valleys of tomatoes, onions and lettuce-all placed on a pita the size of a hamster velodrome, then welded with a brazenly tart tzatziki cucumber sauce. And the Acropolis of Pita Wraps is the souvlaki gyro: fat-free pork marinated in a zippy red-wine sauce, the best hog you'll chew on outside the South.
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Sorry, Jews and Muslims: we eat pig this week. Yes, there are other delicious non-pork items at the following restaurants, but the rest of us goyim and kaffirs should concentrate on the sweet, infidel hog at each location. DINNER FO...