Dinner at Laser Wolf is sure to please a crowd: a dozen vegetable-centric salads – Salatim – come to the table first, like Dill and Lentil Tabbouleh; the Lybian staple Pumpkin Chershi; and not-so-traditional Kale Babaganoush along with freshly baked Pita and Hummus-Tehina. Then the grilled skewers arrive, like spicy Lamb Merguez, Chicken Shishlik in a guava marinade, and Romanian Beef Kebabs; Tunisian Tuna with a fiery Harissa glaze; Mushrooms with Pine Nut-Tehina; and dishes For Two like Whole Branzino "Palestinian-style", stuffed with ginger, caraway and Aleppo, and Dry-Aged Ribeye. Dessert, included in the price of a meal, is a housemade Soft Serve ice cream sundae.

Drinks at Laser Wolf focus on fresh citrus-forward cocktails with vibrant Israeli flavors, like the "Salty Lion" with gin, arak, grapefruit, mint and salt; or the zero proof zinger "Passion Fruit Cooler" with passion fruit, lime, fresh orange juice and cilantro. Rotating draft beers and a wine list that emphasizes bottles from Israel and natural wines round out the beverage program.