Agrippas Street, down the block from the Machaneh Yehuda produce market, has some of Jerusalem's best-known blue-collar mizrahi (Middle Eastern) diners. Loyalists claim that Steakiat Hatzot, which means "midnight grill," actually pioneered the me'oorav yerushalmi—Jerusalem mixed grill—a substantial and delicious meal-in-a-pita of cumin-flavored bits of chicken hearts and other organ meats. For a late-night snack, there's no equal to a sandwich eaten on
the sidewalk in front of the street-side grill. Make sure you want the extras before you order to avoid unasked-for side dishes.
121 Agrippas St., Jerusalem, 94513, Israel