See & Be Scene | Late Night Eats

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09.26.2016

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A long night out in New York can sometimes leave you dancing on an empty stomach. Luckily for New Yorkers you can always find a place to eat in the city that never sleeps. In fact, some of these locales are a scene in and of themselves. Here are our favorite late night eats that make us wish we could live on a diet of fried chicken, pizza, hot dogs, and donuts.A long night out in New York can sometimes leave you dancing on an empty stomach. Luckily for New Yorkers you can always find a place to eat in the city that never sleeps. In fact, some of these locales are a scene in and of themselves. Here are our favorite late night eats that make us wish we could live on a diet of fried chicken, pizza, hot dogs, and donuts.

 

 

What could you possibly want more than delicious greasy spoon thoroughfare, served in an old dining car, in proximity to your favorite spots in South Williamsburg? That’s right. Nothing.

Diner

Conveniently located along side some of our favorite going out spots in Meatpacking and Greenwich Village, Artichoke is known for its long lines, absurdly expensive slices, and being home to some of the best pizza in the city.

Artichoke Basille’s Pizza

No frills here. Just delicious hot dogs and a selection of tropical juices served ‘round the clock. Thankfully, there are several GP’s located all over the city.

Gray’s Papaya

If you’re in the mood for fancy cocktails along side a delicious burger, look no further. This cozy local bar is conveniently located and has all of the charm of West Village.

Daddy-O

Known for its late night dining scene, Blue Ribbon is highly recommended for both its menu and its people watching. Pro tip: Go for the fried chicken, it doesn’t disappoint.

Blue Ribbon Brasserie

A southern charmer located in Williamsburg, the Commodore is basically a chill saloon complete with delicious fried chicken, biscuits, and a selection of southern yum.

The Commodore

Commonly known as the St. Marks hot dog place with fancy toppings and a secret speakeasy entrance, Crif Dogs is definitely s must when struck with a case of the late night munchies.

Crif Dogs

What looks like a modest bakery on 14th street is actually a living city landmark that’s been selling tasty pastries, sandwiches, and coffee since 1964.

The Donut Pub

Considered by many as home to the best hamburger in all of New York City, people flock to JG Melon for standard favorites: beer, hamburgers, french fry chips. Game over.

JG Melon