Down the block from the Machaneh Yehuda produce market, Agrippas Street has some of Jerusalem's best-known greasy spoons. Loyalists claim that Steakiyat Hatzot, which means "Midnight Grill," actually pioneered the local favorite known as me'urav yerushalm. Jerusalem mixed grill is a substantial and delicious meal-in-a-pita of cumin-flavored bits of chicken hearts, livers, and other organ meats. A bulging pita sandwich, eaten standing up, will set you back 42 shekels;
you can also sit down at a table in the well-decorated dining and pay about twice that amount for skewers of grilled meat, duck breast, or fish.
121 Agrippas St., Jerusalem, 9451316, Israel