Pita Pit is Filled with Fresh Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, and Vegan Options


Updated in 2021! Pita Pit is a fast casual, build-your-own spot for fresh pitas, bowls, and salads. They have Subway-style ordering, but with their own array of fillings, sauces, and pita options. Like similar chains, Pita Pit has a plethora of dairy-free options when you skip the cheese. We’ve detailed those choices below, along with the vegan options and notes for other top allergens.

Pita Pit Dairy-Free Menu Guide with Vegan Options, Gluten-Free Options, and Allergen Menu Notes

Dairy-Free Menu Guide for Pita Pit with Vegan Options

They have a few dairy-free “Artisan” pita and bowl options on the menu, but this is primarily a “build your own” place. See the detailed lists below to customize your order. All dairy-free pitas can be served in any of the pita wraps listed below, as a salad, or as a bowl. This information is based on the U.S. menus, and we have added a few notes for Canadians. But as always, speak with the staff in your location to confirm your dietary needs are met when ordering.

Artisan Pitas

  • Thai Chicken

Brown Rice & Quinoa Bowls

  • Hula Teriyaki
  • Thai Buddha Chicken

Pitas & Grains

  • Gluten-Free (vegan)
  • White (vegan)
  • Whole Wheat (vegan)
  • Brown Rice & Quinoa (for bowls; vegan)

Note: The wheat-based pitas are made without any other top allergens (they contain wheat/gluten of course!), but the gluten-free pitas contain soy.


  • Bacon
  • Beefy Beyond Meat Crumbles (vegan)
  • Black Bean Patty (vegan)
  • Black Forest Ham
  • Chicken Breast
  • Chicken Souvlaki
  • Deli Ham
  • Deli Turkey
  • Falafel Balls (vegan)
  • Gyro Strips
  • Philly Steak
  • Tuna

Heads Up! The Egg Patty at Pita Pit contains milk! And it might be cooked on a shared grill with some of the sautéed items. Always check in store.

Note: The Black Bean Patty and Gryo Strips contain gluten and soy, the Falafel Balls contain gluten, and the Tuna contains soy.

Canada: Additional dairy-free meat options at Pita Pit in Canada may include Beef Brisket and Chicken Shawarma.


Heads Up! All of their Vegetable and Fruit Toppings were dairy-free, top allergen free, and vegan at the time of our review. They are offered fresh, and some are grilled. It appears that their grilled vegetables are still dairy-free, but check in store to ensure the cooking method and medium meet your dietary needs.


  • Bayou Cajun (vegan)
  • Greek (vegan)
  • Mojito Lime (vegan)
  • Salt & Pepper (vegan)
  • Smokehouse Maple (vegan)

Heads Up! The Garlic Romano does contain dairy.

Sauces & Spreads

  • Avocado Spread (vegan)
  • Balsamic Vinaigrette (vegan)
  • BBQ Sauce (vegan)
  • Boom Boom Sauce
  • Frank’s Buffalo (vegan)
  • Honey Mustard
  • Horseradish Dijon
  • Hot Sauce (vegan)
  • Hummus (vegan)
  • Light Mayo
  • Roasted Red Pepper Hummus (vegan)
  • Schug Sauce (vegan)
  • Secret Sauce – Greek Vinaigrette (vegan)
  • Sriracha Sauce (vegan)
  • Teriyaki Sauce
  • Thai Satay Sauce (vegan)
  • Yellow Mustard (vegan)

Heads Up! Beyond the more obvious Ranch dressings and Sour Cream, the Ancho Chipotle, Caesar, Pesto, and Tzatziki do also contain dairy. It looks like their Schug Sauce (spicy jalapeno sauce) is dairy-free, but we are still waiting on confirmation.

Note: The Teriyaki and Thai Satay contain wheat and soy, but the other options listed above are gluten-free and soy-free. The Boom Boom Sauce, Honey Mustard, Horseradish Dijon, and Light Mayo contain egg.

Canada: Additional dairy-free sauce options at Pita Pit in Canada may include Garlic Aioli, Honey Garlic Sauce, Lemon Za’atar, Light Italian, Smoky BBQ, Spicy Mayo, and Spicy Thai.


  • Chicken Noodle
  • Garden Vegetable (vegan)


  • Chips, Lay’s BBQ
  • Chips, Lay’s Classic
  • Chips, Lay’s Oven Baked Original
  • Chips, Lay’s Salt & Vinegar
  • Chips, Miss Vickie’s Simply Sea Salt
  • Chips, Sunchips Original
  • Pita & Dip (see options above)
  • Rold Gold Pretzels Tiny Twists

Heads Up! All Pita Pit Smoothies are made with milk.

Note: Their Chip options will vary by location. See the packaging for details. The Baked Lay’s do contain soy, and the Pretzels and Sunchips do contain wheat.

This Post is for Informational Purposes Only

Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, and restaurants are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure that they can accommodate your situation. This post is for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as advice.

There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.

Pita Pit Dairy-Free Menu Guide with Vegan Options, Gluten-Free Options, and Allergen Notes

Where to Find Pita Pit

Pita Pit started in Canada, but they began franchising in the U.S. over 20 years ago. They now have over 500 locations in 12 countries. Please see their websites below for addresses, hours, and online ordering for North America.

Website: pitapitusa.com and pitapit.ca

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Funnily enough, my family and I ate at a Pita Pit in Starkville, Mississippi just a day after this post came out about the restaurant – without us having seen it on GoDairyFree first! We weren’t sure what to expect despite looking at their menu online first, but what we found was great service, great food and an all-around terrific experience. The employees accommodated our dairy allergy by cleaning the grill thoroughly, bringing boxes from the back so we could check ingredients, and even put the customers that came in behind us on hold until our food was done! They also had fresh, unused vegetables they offered to use in place of what was out, to avoid cross-contamination, and had clearly labeled dairy-free, gluten-free or vegan/vegetarian sauces and pita components. My sister, whose has the worst (and most immediate) reactions of our family when exposed to dairy, had zero symptoms of a reaction following our meal. Though every location is different, we all loved Starkville’s Pita Pit and cannot wait to go back! I highly recommend checking them out!

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