Fire up the BBQ for the Fourth of July with these restaurant grilling kits
The following is a list of restaurants and butcher shops offering at-home grilling kits for the Fourth of July.
The Culver City restaurant is offering a Beyond Meat burger kit ($28) and a spiced turkey burger kit ($24) that each comes with two patties, buns and toppings. Pre-order by phone at (310) 845-1700 or online for pickup on Friday or Saturday.
Chef Josef Centeno is putting together burger grill kits with ingredients for four double cheeseburgers, a cucumber-beet salad and strawberry shortcake with biscuits and whipped cream. The kit is $75 and must be preordered online. bacomercat.com
Belcampo Meat Co.
Belcampo has a summer grill sampler ($139.99) that includes an organic strip steak, chuck steak, two bone-in pork chops, 2-pound packs of both ground beef and chicken hindquarters, a package of organic hot dogs and a package of organic kielbasa sausage. Preorder the sampler online for delivery. belcampo.com
The Koreatown and downtown locations are offering $55 classic and vegan burger kits. The classic comes with six 7-ounce patties, your choice of cheese, L.A. Hearth Portuguese buns, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles and homemade Thousand Island sauce. For the vegan kit, vegan patties are swapped in for the burgers and a vegan mustardy mayo sauce for the Thousand Island. Both are available for preorder and pickup. cassellshamburgers.com
Korean BBQ kit
Chef Chris Oh is marinating bulgogi, galbi and pork belly and making his own kimchi for his Korean BBQ kits. You can order packs for two ($60) or four ($100) that come with your choice of meat, kimchi and other banchan, white rice, miso dip, sliced jalapeños and garlic, and a bottle of K-pop sauce (think spicy mayo but better). If you don’t have a barbecue, he’s also selling small propane-fueled counter top grills. All orders must be placed online by 9 p.m. for next-day delivery. kbbqkit.com
Lawry’s and Tam O’Shanter
You can choose four Angus beef filets ($119), four Angus beef New York steaks ($129) or four 22-ounce bone-in rib-eyes ($179). Each kit comes with lemon and herb-marinated shrimp, blanched asparagus and paprika butter. The kits are available for preorder at both restaurants for pickup or delivery July 3-5. lawrysonline.com
The Koreatown pop-up is selling boxes that include four beef or Beyond Meat patties, Martin’s potato buns, American cheese, Love sauce (a special pink sauce), pickles and onions. The kits are $20 and available for preorder and pickup every Saturday. love-hour.com/collections
The catering leg of Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne’s Lucques restaurant is preparing $125 grill boxes designed to feed six to eight people. Each box includes six hamburgers and six hot dogs plus buns, as well as tomato salad, succotash salad, burger and hot dog fixins’ and kettle chips. The boxes are available for pre-order on Tock for pickup or delivery on Friday or Saturday. www.lucques.com/catering.html
Maple Block Meat Co.
The restaurant is offering a pack with either two or four 16-ounce boneless rib-eyes with house charcoal rub and a six-pack of Shiner Bock beer. The two-steak kit is $68 and the four steaks are $122.
The steakhouse has three kits that range in price from $120 to $220; alcohol pairings are available. The kits include steaks, sides and butter cake. Call to order for pickup on July 4. mastrosrestaurants.com
Redbird is offering a beer brats and buns kit that comes with peppers, onions and hot mustard ($28), and 12-ounce New York steaks with mesquite barbecue rub ($48). Order via Tock for pickup or delivery on July 3. redbird.la
Wexler’s is offering six beef patties or six Wagyu beef hot dogs, chili, Martin’s potato buns, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, cheddar cheese, onions and house-made Thousand Island dressing, along with chocolate chip cookies for dessert. The kits are $119.99 and available for pickup or delivery from the Santa Monica location. To order, email email@example.com or call (424) 744-8671. wexlersdeli.com
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