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1. Hodori1001 S Vermont, Los Angeles
2. Izzy's1433 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica
3. Canter's Delicatessen419 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles
4. Swingers8020 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
5. Crave Cafe11992 Ventura Blvd, Studio City
6. Fred 621850 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles
7. Pacific Dining Car1310 W 6th St, Los Angeles
8. Nak Won Restaurant1001 S Vermont Ave, Los Angeles
Hodori's a brightly lit, 24hr K-town spot for after-hours club-kid people-watching (i.e., cute chicks in small dresses), also serving up killer spicy stir-fried pork daeji bulgogi and soluntang, a noodle-filled bone soup.
Izzy's is open late enough for you to indulge in some pretty epic corned beef; it will not be a regretful decision.
New York City has a lot of things that other cities don’t, like sidewalks perpetually lined with garbage, Michelin-rated restaurants that serve dinner at 2am, and authentic Jewish delis. Canter's Deli has been providing Angelenos with a little slice of New York hospitality since 1931. The 24-hour diner is a landmark institution that draws celebrities and plebs alike for smoked fish, chopped liver, pastrami on rye, matzo ball soup, and more. The bagels might not be as good as they are in New York, but that's not Canter's fault.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the diner Swingers is famous for opening its doors to some of Hollywood's most familiar movie stars. The old-fashioned spot offers classic diner eats, a sweet patio, and varied brunch options for celebrities and civilians alike, making it both an iconic neighborhood landmark, and delicious all-day spot.
Crave's open late night and is serving up awesome eats and hysterical company (it's 3a, bro).
Fred 62 is a great late night diner doling out delicious, juicy burgers that're perfect after a long night out.
Open since 1921, Pacific Dining Car in Downtown LA (it has a second location in Santa Monica) is a timeless steakhouse that's open 24 hours. The best part about the standard chophouse menu is that you can get a quality filet mignon at 3am, and an extra late-night menu features diner-style eats like egg specials and reuben sandwiches. The 1950s-style decor is outdated in a charming way and you definitely get the sense that the place was hoppin' in its heyday.