You had a great time at an event in NYC; it’s past midnight, you don’t want to go yet, and you’re hungry. Another example is that you are unable to sleep because you are hungry. Or maybe you’re just particularly hungry late at night. You’re fortunate to live in the “city that never sleeps.”
Some restaurants stay open late, and by late, we mean very late (or early, depending on how you look). You only need to know where to look for the proper ones to get your fix. We’ve compiled a list of the greatest late-night restaurants in NYC.
Great NY Noodletown
Great NY Noodletown will get your appetites flowing. Located directly in the center of Chinatown, this restaurant is active late at night. Two things are certain here — a crowd and some fantastic food for great prices. You can’t go wrong.
Prince Street Pizza, SoHo
Prince Street Pizza in SoHo is a classic, yet it closes at 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings, which is late for the neighborhood. Their pizzas, especially their square pies, are a must-have, especially on a cold night.
The venue is small and only has a few seats for the record, so plan accordingly. While the atmosphere is more of a “get in and get out” atmosphere, the experience is well worthwhile.
These cookies have a lot of anticipation surrounding them, and they live up to it. Every night at 3 a.m., Insomnia Cookies closes its door; hence this is perfect for the person who enjoys sweet things.
This deli is legendary, and that is the only way to describe it. It first opened its doors in 1888, and it has consistently received five stars since the establishment of the five-star rating system.
We were joking about the last part; we’d believe it wholeheartedly if it were true. Saturdays are open all day and all night, and there are various hours available throughout the week.
Who doesn’t want empanadas at 3 a.m. on a Saturday, right? They have two sites in the city, which are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They have a variety of empanadas that are ready to be devoured. They can be found in Hell’s Kitchen and the Lower East Side.
These are just a few of our favorite late-night eats in New York City, as there are undoubtedly more options for late-night dining. We also found one of the best Pizzas at an Italian eatery in Astoria. Visit this blog post to learn more about it.