- $15 for three Groupons, each good for $10 worth of food and drink ($30 total value)
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The Holy Grill
When you have dietary restrictions, finding food on the go can be very limiting. But when walking around USC and the Fashion District, glatt-kosher breakfast and lunch cuisine can always be found at The Holy Grill. Inside the food truck, chefs spend their days grilling up meats to create Middle Eastern cuisine influenced by American taste buds. They start with their supply of freshly baked pitas, laffa, baguettes, and tortillas. They use these to bookend juicy portions of beef and lamb kabobs, chicken shawarma, beef fajitas, and the house specialty, pargiot, which is chicken marinated overnight in the house's special dressing. A variety of sides are available, including rice, hummus, as well as soda and bottled water, so diners don't have to try and quench their thirst with salty Dead Sea water.