You don’t have to spend big to eat well this Valentine’s Day

Sharing a meal with loved ones makes for meaningful moments

All 4 Love Contest - Pita Way on Live in the D

Why not treat your loved ones, and even yourself, to a lunch or dinner out this Valentine’s Day?

A “Live in the D” sponsor, Pita Way, says they offer a fresh take on old-world recipes, that won’t break the bank.

Brandon Bahoura, the founder, spoke with host Jason Carr about the offerings.

Pita Way is a fast-casual concept, dishing up Mediterranean food that is packed with flavor. By “Mediterranean food,” they mean food inspired by countries all across the Mediterranean, including Greece, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and more. The restaurant is all about serving real food that’s affordable.

So, what should you get for Valentine’s Day?

Bahoura recommends the mini combo platter to share with your loved ones. It has a variety of different meats, rice, pita bread hummus, fatoush salad, and can feed a family of four. It’s on special this holiday.

Items like their fire fries are a fan favorite, Bahoura said. The restaurant features homemade fries, three different kinds of cheese, and a blend of Mediterranean herbs and spices.

Currently, they are promoting their curbside pick-up, where they will bring your food right out to your car. They have locations in Livonia, Warren, Troy, Clarkston, White Lake, Brighton, Lake Orion, New Hudson, Fenton and Grand Blanc. For more information, click or tap here.

They are also one of the sponsors of our “All 4 Love” contest, in which we are giving away $500 to four lucky “Live in the D” viewers. Plus the grand prize: A pair of pearl and diamond earrings from Ahee Jewelers in Grosse Pointe Woods valued at up to $1,600.

If you entered the contest, then watch Live In The D next week when we will announce a winner each day starting Monday!

About the Author:

Michelle Oliver is a multimedia Journalist for the 10 a.m. lifestyle show, "Live in the D." She is known as "the food girl" because of her two popular food franchises, Dine in the D and Find Your Fix. Michelle also covers stories on homegrown businesses, style, and other fun things happening in the D.