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    The Grand has a cozy feel, and good food, 24 hours a day. John Chakravarty the restaurant stays open until 2 a.m. with late-night happy hour pricing. As its front sign proudly declares, Pete's Diner is open 24 hours. because Pure Eatery is now in Lafayette and its kitchen is open late. The stand is open until 3 a.m., and local favorites include the flour tortillas The Bun Shop: If fried food isn't your late night go-to.

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    Satisfy late-night cravings at Baton Rouge restaurants open late

    Editor’s note: This article has been updated since original publication to add additional restaurants and remove some that are no longer serving food.

    Most dietitians would say you shouldn’t eat after 8 p.m. But let’s be real: Once the clock strikes 9 and your stomach starts rumbling, it’s almost impossible not to satisfy your late-night cravings.

    Thankfully, the Capitol Region is filled with restaurants and bars serving light bites, meals and desserts after 9 p.m.—some even offer special late-night snack menus. And on the weekends, several restaurants extend their hours to as late as 3:30 a.m. Here are a few restaurants to keep handy next time you need a late dinner or just want a midnight snack.

    Call bars and restaurants to confirm kitchen hours and menu offerings. Know of a restaurant or business open late not included here? Tell us about it in the comments!


    OPEN AFTER 9 P.M.


    Bin 77 Bistro & Wine

    On the menu: tuna tartare, lobster pasta, chef-selected cheese and charcuterie

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 11 p.m., closed on Sunday

    Cecelia Creole Bistro

    On the menu: shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes, skillet cornbread

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 10 p.m.

    George’s Restaurant on George O’Neal Road

    On the menu: cheeseburgers, pastrami and Swiss po-boy, chicken and okra gumbo

    Hours: Sunday open till 9:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday open till 10:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    The Gregory

    On the menu: Crawfish cake, charred oysters, wood-stone pepperoni flatbread

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    Ichiban Sushi Bar & Grill

    On the menu: chargrilled oysters, teriyaki chicken, sushi

    Hours: Sunday open till 9 p.m., Monday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 10:30 p.m.

    The Little Village

    On the menu: Village bread, pastas, veal

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 10 p.m.

    The Londoner Pub and Grill

    On the menu: Grilled pita bread and hummus, BLT sliders, barbecue pork pizza

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday-Sunday open till 11 p.m.

    Mason’s Grill

    On the menu: boudin-stuffed onion rings, buffalo chicken quesadilla, grilled tilapia platter

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till 9:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 10 p.m.

    Mid Tap

    On the menu: Kobe beef sliders, wings, deconstructed s’mores

    Hours: Monday-Wednesday open till 10 p.m., Thursday open till 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till midnight

    Our Mom’s Restaurant & Bar

    On the menu: jalapeño ranch burger, fried shrimp, root beer float

    Hours: Open daily till 10 p.m.

    Palermo Ristorante

    On the menu: bruschetta, pastas, pizzas, oven-roasted Gulf fish

    Hours: Open Friday-Saturday till 10 p.m.

    Pastime Restaurant

    On the menu: fried mushrooms, grilled chicken salad, veggie calzone

    Hours: Monday-Thursday and Saturday open till 10 p.m., Friday open till 11 p.m., Sunday open for special events

    Phil’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant

    On the menu: stuffed crab balls, roast beef po-boy, spaghetti and meatballs

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 10 p.m., Sunday open till 9 p.m.

    The Rum House

    On the menu: fried calamari, roasted jerk chicken, goat cheese and sweet potato quesadilla

    Hours: Tuesday-Saturday open till 10 p.m., Sunday open till 9 p.m.

    Sammy’s Grill

    On the menu: seafood gumbo, fried eggplant, chicken fried steak

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    Stab’s Prime Steak & Seafood

    On the menu: wood-fired oysters, steaks, fish of the day

    Hours: Friday-Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    Superior Grill

    On the menu: nachos, tacos and crawfish or shrimp quesadillas

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    Tallulah Crafted Food and Wine Bar

    On the menu: veggie pasta, fried green tomatoes, Caesar salad

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till midnight

    Tsunami

    On the menu: sushi, pork dumplings, fried calamari

    Hours: Tuesday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday-Saturday open till 11 p.m.

    Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar on Burbank Drive

    On the menu: duck and andouille gumbo, alligator po-boy, blackened redfish

    Hours: Sunday-Wednesday open till 11 p.m., Thursday-Saturday open till midnight


    OPEN AFTER MIDNIGHT


    Akasha Market

    On the menu: gyro salad, chicken shawarma pita, fried chicken

    Hours: Sunday open till midnight, Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    Barcadia

    On the menu: burgers, fried Oreos, fried chicken sandwich

    Hours: Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 1 a.m.

    Bumsteers

    On the menu: poke, smoked chicken Cobb salad, brisket sliders

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    The Chimes

    On the menu: spinach and artichoke dip, boudin balls, crawfish and three-cheese macaroni

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m., Sunday open till midnight

    The Chimes East

    On the menu: grilled chicken breast, catfish po-boy, turkey burger

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m., Sunday open till 11:30 p.m.

    Churchill’s

    On the menu: shrimp and grits, four-cheese pizza, cheeseburger

    Hours: Sunday open till midnight, Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    Driftwood Cask & Barrel

    On the menu: baked potato, chicken sandwich, grilled cheese sandwich

    Hours: Wednesday and Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 2 a.m. (Editor’s note: Driftwood is currently operating on reduced hours. Call the bar to confirm.) 

    Empire Wingz on Scenic Highway

    On the menu: wings, boneless wings, fries

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 3 a.m.

    Olive or Twist

    On the menu: Cajun beer-battered pickles, crawfish étouffée, buffalo chicken and waffles

    Hours: Sunday open till midnight, Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    The Overpass Merchant

    On the menu: frites, truffle frites, bacon and beer cheese frites

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 2 a.m., Sunday closed at 7 p.m.

    Raising Cane’s

    On the menu: chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, coleslaw

    Hours: Several locations are open until 2 a.m. or even 3:30 a.m. on weekends

    Red Stick Social

    On the menu: mozzarella cheese sticks, smoked wings, onion rings

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till midnight, Friday and Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    Schlittz and Giggles Downtown

    On the menu: New York-style pizza, chicken spinach salad, paninis

    Hours: Sunday-Wednesday open till midnight, Thursday open till 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday open till 3 a.m.

    Schlittz and Giggles on Ferndale Avenue

    On the menu: New York-style pizza, spicy meatball wraps, cinna-knots

    Hours: Sunday-Thursday open till 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday open till 2 a.m.

    The Station Sports Bar and Grill

    On the menu: meat pies, chicken strips, fried-jumbo-shrimp sandwich

    Hours: Monday-Saturday open till 2 a.m.


    OPEN 24 HOURS


    Coffee Call

    On the menu: beignets, beignet fingers and muffins

    Hours: Monday-Thursday open till midnight, Friday-Sunday open 24 hours

    Louie’s Cafe

    On the menu: pancakes, omelets, nachos

    Hours: Open 24 hours

    Mr. Ronnie’s Famous Hot Donuts

    On the menu: doughnuts, burgers, fries

    Hours: Open 24 hours


    Источник: https://www.225batonrouge.com/article/satisfy-your-late-night-cravings-at-these-local-restaurants-open-late
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    13 restaurants that stay open really late


    Have you ever spent a summer night at the bar, passing time with good friends and great drinks before realizing it has been hours since you finished dinner? Then last call is announced and the bar closes down, leaving you with an empty stomach to go along with your empty glass.

    You don't want to hit a drive-through, and convenience store offerings just don't sound tempting. You are craving something ... better. But where can you go?

    Here is a look at some late-night spots at the Shore that will fill you up before your night is over.

    1.) DIVE! Coastal Bar & Food Joint

    First things first: This Sea Bright restaurant is not a dive, like its name may lead you to believe.

    The eatery, opened in 2010 by Christina Di Iorio and her husband, Steven Graniero at the site of the former Elements Lounge, is all about enjoying good food in a friendly environment, a place where beachgoers can stop in for a burger, a casual restaurant where diners can be comfortable.

    "We did it more like 'dive into your drink, dive into your food, dive into Sea Bright," said Di Iorio, 34, who met Graniero, 45, when they worked at Mix Lounge and Food Bar in Long Branch. After working there for some time, the couple decided to make a go of it on their own.

    "I'm an entrepreneur at heart, I had started my own event-planning business and was booking all the parties for Mix," Di Iorio said. "Running a business alone was something Steven and I knew we could do."

    So the couple, who live in West Long Branch, opened DIVE!. Then superstorm Sandy came and washed it all away.

    "We reopened after Sandy on July 2 (2014), and we just kind of opened bare minimally," Di Iorio said. "We kind of just wanted to focus on what we needed to be open — the regular food menu, regular drinks menu. Little by little we started adding things on, and we noticed the need for late-night food. Where else in this town can you go eat late at night?"

    With that idea in mind, they dove into serving up tacos after hours.

    Between 11 p.m. and last call, around 2 a.m., Thursdays through Saturdays, Chefs Kyle Hopfensperger and Dannny Ciambrone serve a trio of tacos from a window near the bar. They call it La Taqueria, and late-night patrons can enjoy Asian-inspired pulled pork tacos topped with apple cabbage slaw, wasabi aioli and queso fresco; chipotle-glazed pulled chicken tacos with fresh pico de gallo, queso fresco and chipotle remoulade; and tacos filled with tuna crusted with orange and coriander, avocado, wasabi aioli, sesame oil and sweet chili slaw.

    "These guys, Kyle and Dannny, they put love into their food," Di Iorio said. "Every little detail, they really put a lot of love in it."

    DIVE! Coastal Bar & Food Joint is at 1072 Ocean Ave. in Sea Bright; call 732-268-7707 or visit www.divecoastalbar.com.

    2.) Carducci's

    ORDER THIS: Cheesesteaks, chicken fingers and fries, mozzarella sticks, mac and cheese bites, cheese fries and 23 flavors of homemade ice cream. At the restaurant's food trailer on the boardwalk, there is ice cream, eight-inch personal pizzas, waffles on a stick and fried potatoes on a stick

    Their ice cream also will be served at Playa Bowls presents Carducci's Homemade Ice Cream beginning Saturday.

    HOW LATE: The restaurant is open until 4 or 5 a.m. Thursdays through Sundays and midnight Mondays through Wednesdays. The food trailer and Playa Bowls presents Carducci's Homemade Ice Cream are open until 11 p.m. or midnight daily.

    Carducci's is at 1607 Ocean Ave. in Belmar; the food trailer is at 13th Avenue and the boardwalk, and Playa Bowls presents Carducci's Homemade Ice Cream is at 803 Ocean Ave.; call 732-280-5550.

    3.) MOGO Korean Fusion Tacos

    ORDER THIS: At the boardwalk location, try tacos filled with soy-ginger marinated chicken and ponzu-sesame slaw or marinated pork belly with citrus-mayo slaw, plus others. At the Cookman Avenue restaurant, go for the bibimbap burger, which is a ground chuck burger with spicy mayo, homemade Asian pear hot sauce, Korean pickled vegetables and a sunny-side-up egg; Korean fried chicken; and sides of kimchi fried rice and Korean esquites, a blend of corn, cotija cheese, lime juice and kimchi.

    HOW LATE? The full menu is served at both locations until 3 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and until 10 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays.

    MOGO is at 632 Cookman Ave. and on the boardwalk at First Avenue in Asbury Park; call 732-361-3684 or visit www.eatmogo.com.

    4.) Mix Lounge and Food Bar

    ORDER THIS: Crispy barbecue pulled pork empanadas, beef and ricotta meatballs, crispy cod tacos with spicy mayo slaw; and "potato skin" pizza topped with mashed potatoes, bacon, cheddar and roasted garlic.

    HOW LATE? The full menu is available until 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and until midnight Fridays and Saturdays.

    Mix Lounge and Food Bar is at 71 Brighton Ave. in Long Branch; call 732-923-9100.

    5.) Johnny Mac's House of Spirits

    ORDER THIS: It's all about the free pizza at Johnny Mac's — order a pint and enjoy a bar pie on the house.

    HOW LATE? Pizzas are served until just before 2 a.m.

    Johnny Mac's is at 208 Main St. in Asbury Park; call 732-776-6666 or visit www.johnnymacbar.com.

    6.) Social 37

    ORDER THIS: Pizzas topped with ham, grilled pineapple, pork belly and pickled jalapenos or duck confit with figs and goat cheese; and small plates of pan-roasted shishito peppers with sea salt and lime or lamb meatballs with tomato sauce.

    HOW LATE: A good-sized partial menu is served until midnight.

    Social 37 is at 2 Route 37 West in Toms River; call 732-349-2710 or visit www.socialthirtyseven.com.

    7.) TR's Food Court

    If you find yourself in Belmar on a late summer night — or early morning — find your way to the boardwalk, where TK's Food Court will be open and ready to feed you.

    • "They have the best cheesesteaks, burgers and fries when u leave D'Jais (Bar & Grill in Belmar)," said reader Raymond Laubenstein of Wall.

    • "The best, best, best place after the bar is hands-down TR's Food Court," wrote reader Lexie Rogers of Edgewater. "They have the best pork roll and cheesesteaks, then I get my vanilla ice cream! Perfect after D'Jais, after Bar A, after Headliner."

    Amanda Jones of Belmar, an employee of TR's for five summers, said the food court is flooded with patrons when the local bars close. The food court is open until midnight during the week and 4 a.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

    "Sometimes we have to say, 'We're not serving food anymore and we have to open in an hour," said Jones, 21.

    TR's serves Subway sandwiches, grilled food and ice cream.

    "At night it's a lot of fryer foods or cheesesteaks," Jones said. "We have a lot of new menus this year, lots of wraps and quesadillas. And we started making homemade waffle cones; we have over 20 flavors of ice cream, soft and hard."

    TR's Food Court is at 1603 Ocean Ave. in Belmar; call 732-681-6776.

    8.) The Chicken or The Egg

    ORDER THIS: Omelets stuffed with pork roll, ham, bacon, veggies and cheese; nachos topped with sloppy joe, mini crab cakes with Creole remoulade, and cheesy garlic bread with marinara.

    HOW LATE? The Chicken or The Egg serves its full menu 24 hours a day: "That means omelets at midnight and wings at 7 a.m." owner Mark Cohen said.

    The Chicken or The Egg is at 207 North Bay Ave. in Beach Haven; call 609-492-3695 or visit https://492fowl.com.

    9.) Bond Street Bar

    ORDER THIS: Try a grilled cheese filled with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes and mozzarella or frizzled onions, bacon and cheddar; fried pickles or corn dogs, a salmon burger with wasabi mayo or the Big Kahuna burger, topped with teriyaki, grilled pineapple and Swiss cheese.

    HOW LATE? The kitchen is open until midnight Tuesdays through Sundays.

    Bond Street Bar 208 Bond St. in Asbury Park; call 732-774-1575 or visit www.bondstreetbar.com.

    10.) The Spot

    ORDER THIS: Taco pizza topped with spicy beef, cheese and all the fixings; pork pot stickers with sesame-lime soy sauce; potato and cheese pierogies; or fresh-baked breadsticks topped with garlic butter, mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce.

    HOW LATE? The kitchen is open until midnight Fridays and Saturdays.

    The Spot is at 1506 Richmond Ave. in Point Pleasant Beach or 1426 Route 9 in Toms River; call 732-701-8303 or 732-240-2215 or visit www.spotpizzagrill.com.

    11.) Miracle Pub

    ORDER THIS: Bang Bang Shrimp, which come grilled or fried and tossed in Asian red chili sauce with cucumber wasabi sauce on the side; cheeseburger, meatball parmesan, or grilled, fried or Buffalo chicken sliders; a Monte Cristo panini, or the Pub Grub hot dog, topped with chili, cheddar cheese sauce and raw onions.

    HOW LATE? The full menu is available until 12:45 a.m. each night.

    Miracle Pub is at 201 Route 37 West in Toms River; call 732-244-4262 or visit www.miraclesportspub.com.

    12.) Watermark

    ORDER THIS: Welsh fondue made with cheddar, mustard and lager and served with crudite and ciabatta; preserved lemon hummus with naan bread and radishes; hot everything pretzels with dark ale and chipotle mustards and chive cream cheese, and grilled cheeses filled with capacola,jack cheese and roasted pepper or provolone and truffled portobello.

    HOW LATE? The kitchen stays open until various times, depending on the season and the day, said owner Russell Lewis. Generally, food is served until 11 p.m. or midnight, though some summer nights will see the kitchen open until 1 a.m.

    800 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park; call 732-455-3447 or visit www.watermarkap.com.

    13.) The Office Restaurant & Lounge

    ORDER THIS: From the late-night bar menu, try Black Angus mini cheeseburgers, jumbo pretzels with cheddar cheese sauce, mini nachos, and pork roll and cheese on a hard roll. From the sushi bar, try tuna nachos made with wonton chips, shrimp shumai dipped in spicy mayo, and more than three dozen types of sushi rolls.

    HOW LATE? The full menu is available until 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and until midnight Fridays and Saturdays. A $5 bar menu is served until 12:30 a.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Sushi is served until 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and until midnight Fridays and Saturdays.

    The Office Restaurant & Lounge is at 820 Main St. in Toms River; call 732-349-0800 or visit www.theofficelounge.net.

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    Источник: https://www.app.com/story/entertainment/dining/2015/07/14/bar-spots/29999117/

    You’re picking up a friend at LAX one night and you’re both bitter and starving. You get out of work late after finishing an exhausting project and you’d like to not punish your stomach with Del Taco. Or maybe you just swan-dived off a table during K-Town karaoke and it’s time to reward yourself with some 3am glory.

    Whatever the reason, you’re bound to crave some late-night nourishment at some point in this town. And when you do, don’t panic. Though it seems like everything in LA closes at 9pm, it certainly doesn’t. Grab your favorite stumbling friends, your last ounce of dignity, and get to it. Here is an updated list of the 27 best spots to eat late night in Los Angeles.

    Jakob Layman

    Chances are, any taco spot you stumble upon during a night out in LA is going to be pretty good. But at Teddy’s Red Tacos, which is open until midnight on weekends, you’ll find greatness. Slow cooked and spicy beef birria is the only thing they serve here, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find variety. It’s best to get the deluxe sampler, which for $12 includes one of everything (a taco, a mulita, and more). If you’re not that hungry, prioritize the vampiros - open-faced tacos with melted cheese on top - and call it a night.

    OB Bear is a classic drinking tavern in Koreatown and though it doesn’t have the smokey chaos you’ll find at nearby Dan Sung Sa, it does have some of our favorite bar food in the city. The kimchi pancakes are a must-order and the heat from the spicy chicken wings will stay with you until morning. If that sounds uncomfortable, don’t worry - beer pitchers are there to help. The low-key interior definitely gets crowded, but the big booths are roomy and ideal if you’re coming in with a group.

    Jakob Layman

    Open from 7pm - 4am every day, this graffitied taco truck across the street from a McDonald’s in East LA has long lines on the weekend for a reason. You’re going to want an order of bacon-wrapped shrimp, but no matter what, you can’t leave here without few cecina tacos - thinly sliced, salt-cured beef with chile de arbol salsa on top.

    There’s really nothing quite like walking into Dan Sung Sa at midnight on a Saturday. The dark, all-wood tavern is jam-packed, the smoke from the central grill fills every nook and cranny, and everyone is drinking soju like it’s the last batch in the world. In short, it’s a chaotic dreamscape. The large menu is full of skewers, scallion pancakes, and other excellent Korean bar food, and everything is designed to help your body soak up the alcohol.

    The Escondite is one of those Downtown spots that you either know about or you don’t. And if you do know about it, you don’t want anybody else to. That’s because this somewhat hidden bar/restaurant kind of has it all: live music, no cover, excellent drinks, a patio with great views of the Downtown skyline, and good bar food (get any burger) available until 1am every night. Just don’t tell anybody.

    Father’s Office is both a good place to drink and a great place for that fourth meal you inevitably require after going out. This spot in Culver City has good cocktails, and arguably LA’s best craft beer selection. Their kitchen is open until midnight on weekends, so after you try (and fail) to sample every double IPA on the menu, you can order a burger and some fries. The burger is controversial - you’re not allowed to modify it, there’s no ketchup, and it comes on a sub roll rather than a bun - but after a couple bites, the semantics of whether this is a burger or a sandwich won’t matter. It’s just really good.

    It’s hard to keep up with all the drinking options in the Arts Districts these days, but the late-night food options in the immediate area are incredibly dire. Thankfully, there’s Lupetti. The order-at-the-counter pizzeria is right around the corner from all the bars and breweries everybody’s drinking at, and they serve big slices of New York-style pizza ideal for soaking up beer. That said, the best thing on the menu is the chicken parmesan sandwich. Open until 1am on the weekends.

    If you don’t at least secretly crave chicken and waffles after a long night of drinking, you’re lying to us and yourself. Roscoe’s has been around since 1975 and is a flat-out LA institution. They deep-fry their chicken in the same batter as they make their waffles and yes, it’s sob-inducing. Maybe you were already crying because you saw your ex looking happy on Instagram a few hours ago, but these will be tears of joy. Their Hollywood location is open till midnight during the week, and 4am on the weekends.

    101 Coffee Shop is one of those places that’s been around since the dawn of time and every time you stumble back into it, you blame yourself for not going more. Technically operating as the ground-floor diner of the Best Western on Franklin (trust us, it’s sexier than it sounds), 101 Coffee Shop has a 1960’s retro feeling going on that actually feels authentic. The food isn’t going to blow your mind, but you have six vodka sodas floating in your stomach, who needs finesse at a time like this? They serve breakfast all day, make some of the best shakes in town, and are open till 3am nightly. Done and done.

    Everson Royce Bar is one of those places that makes getting everything right look easy. The small interior of this Arts District spot is dark and intimate (and ideal for some date night extracurriculars), and the back patio is a party you’ll never want to end. The food menu doesn’t look too different than any other bar menu around town, but don’t let that fool you - it’s excellent. And that burger is one of the best you’ll find in LA. The kitchen is open every night until 1am.

    Located in The Original Farmer’s Market, Du-par’s has been around for nearly 80 years and is an LA diner classic. We usually go for an omelet, turkey club, or a burger, but the pancakes here shouldn’t be missed. Heads-up to people in Northeast LA: the Pasadena location has a back room with a fire pit and red leather booths, which is a particularly magical place to enjoy a patty melt. All locations are open 24 hours.

    Greetings from our favorite Eastside drunk food diner. Admittedly, Fred’s food is just fine while you’re sober, but after a few too many beers it reaches levels of spectacular. Breakfast sandwich? Jucy Lucy? Peanut Butter Malt Shake? Yes to all. The atmosphere is retro and not in the Mel’s Diner type way that makes you die inside. Fred’s your friend who always has your back – 24/7. Underrrated date idea: watch a movie at the Los Feliz 3 and head here for a late-night meal afterwards.

    Jakob Layman

    An LA institution, Canter’s isn’t the best Jewish deli in town, but it’s certainly the most convenient. The late-night crowd is a fascinating cross-section of blacked-out celebrities and all your ex’s who you never called back. As for the food, skip the burgers and stick to the deli fare, whether you’re in the mood for cheese blintzes, latkes, matzo ball soup, or a bagel and lox. Canter’s Reuben is a comforting greasy corned beef sandwich, but if you’re looking really looking to comatose yourself, the Monte Cristo is a grilled turkey, ham, and cheese sandwich that also happens to be on French toast. Open 24 hours.

    If it’s midnight on a Friday or Saturday night (or any night of the week), and an In-N-Out burger doesn’t sound great to you, you should alert the police and call your loved ones - because it’s over for you. The best cheap burger in the history of the world hits all the spots every single time, no matter how long that drive-through is at 12:30am. Animal-style, protein-style, with jalapenos or onions, it doesn’t matter. This is one of the best things to ever come out of California, and we have Maxine Waters.

    The Original Pantry opened in DTLA in 1924, making it a legend in its own right - no matter how mediocre the food actually tastes. Come to this greasy spoon on a weekend after the bars close and there’ll be a line out the door. Come here any other time of the week, and experience some of the best people-watching in the city. Everybody’s eating giant plates of eggs and bacon and grumbling about the better days. Open 24 hours.

    We have no idea why it goes seemingly unnoticed that Jones is open late-night. Open till midnight on weeknights and 2am on Fridays and Saturdays, Jones is where you go to crawl into a booth, eat some pizza, drink a Peroni, and wait for the best dessert in town (the apple pie skillet) to arrive. This isn’t your roll-in-after-last-call throw-down spot. Come here after a nice night out with friends or an overtime rehearsal, and you’ll be in late-night Italian bliss.

    Stout is a local fast-casual burger chain with a ton of excellent craft beers on tap, and their Hollywood location is open until 4 am every night. While the burgers are all very good (yes, we’ve tried each of them), we’re partial to the “Morning After,” which comes topped with a fried egg and bacon.

    Functioning as the 24-hour restaurant in The Roosevelt Hotel, 25 Degrees is one of those places you just assume can’t be good. And then you eat there and realize it actually is. Maybe it’s because you’re completely hammered or maybe it’s because they let you build your burger, it doesn’t matter - 25 degrees is very solid, whether it’s 2pm or 2am. Parking can be treacherous (but if you’re here at late-night, you’re probably not parking here anyway). FYI: spiked milkshakes.

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    It’s 2am, you’re done popping Fireball shots down on Main Street, and you need food. Open till 3am every night of the week, La Cabana is a true Westside savior. Few places rival the rowdy back patio and old-school Cali-Mexican cuisine quite like this 53-year-old staple. The El Verde burrito is a monstrosity easily sharable between two people, and their La Casa quesadilla is worth traveling to at any point on the sobriety scale.

    Despite its nightlife allure, there’s a disturbing scarcity of solid late-night eats in the Arts District. Luckily, Wurstkuche makes up for it with its mild to wild sausages and a space large enough for the whole crew to find a seat. The lines can get long, and you’re not entirely sure why there’s a guy in the corner spinning David Guetta, but you’re into it. And you’re even more into those Belgian fries. Open till 2am every night.

    Jakob Layman

    There are a bunch of late-night spots to choose from in Thai Town, but this is the reigning champ. You could certainly order pad thai, papaya salad, or any of the curries here and leave perfectly happy. But in addition to whatever you’re craving, you should be aware of their outstanding egg dishes - the salted radish omelet and the deep-fried egg salad are both superb. Open till 3am every night.

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    If you’re craving Chinese food late at night on the Westside, your only option is Mao’s Kitchen. The Venice Beach go-to is serving solid, approachable Chinese street food classics. Open till 3am on the weekends, they offer both delivery and take-out, but don’t pass up the opportunity to get a little rowdy in their main dining room either - it’s BYOB.

    Ktown is the best nightlife neighborhood in Los Angeles. And conveniently, it’s also home to the best collection of late-night eats in the city. But our first choice is always BCD Tofu, simply because there’s nowhere else can you get a bubbling cauldron of spicy tofu stew in your face at any hour of the day. If you’re really hungry, add on some bibimbap or bulgogi. Open 24 hours.

    So you did the Hollywood thing and you did it hard. Now it’s time to soak up all those lemon drops with some food. Hollywood caters pretty well to the drunk food crowd, but nothing quite beats the pilgrimage down Vine to Cactus Taqueria #1. What’s essentially a stand in the middle of a strip-mall parking lot, Cactus has solid Mexican standards across the board, but for our money, we’ll never pass up their #5 Burrito. We couldn’t tell you what’s in it, but you’re already halfway done with it anyways. Warning: cash only. Open till 4am on the weekends.

    The line for Leo’s tacos stretches across the parking lot for a reason. This gas station taco truck at the corner of La Brea and Venice makes one of the best al pastor tacos in town. And their carne asada tacos are tasty too. We wouldn’t throw either out of bed. Ahh, tacos in bed. Open till 3am every night.

    Phillip Guerette

    After nearby bars close down for the night, the Silver Lake location of Garage Pizza can become packed with people all trying to order a slice or two, so we usually take the pizza out to the curb and use our knees as a table. Bless. Open till 4am every night.

    The service can be atrocious and the food is for the most part mediocre. So why even set foot into the House of Pies? It’s all in the name. After a movie or a concert, you want to end your night with pie (get a cream slice, they’re better than the fruit ones). The crowd is a mix of hipsters, septuagenarians, former basic cable reality show stars, and the cast of Pan’s Labyrinth. Open till 2am every night.

    Источник: https://www.theinfatuation.com/los-angeles/guides/best-late-night-restaurants-los-angeles
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