Charcoal Grill is a kosher Israeli restaurant in Beverly Grove. The place is small, but they’ve managed to fit a full wrap-around bar inside, plus a front patio that fills up almost every single night. The menu has Mediterranean classics like falafel and pita sandwiches, as well as less common dishes like Moroccan cigars, chorizo chicken sliders, and ground beef wrapped around cinnamon sticks. Some dishes are overpriced (there’s a $65 rib eye on the menu), but overall it’s a great option if you’re in the area and looking for a quick sit-down meal.
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