Where to go after the bars close in NYC
When the sun sets on December 21st, it’ll officially be the start of the longest night of the year... and what we're calling the "Best Night of Your Life". Why? Because you’ll be spending it enjoying the fun-est nightlife the city has to offer, thanks to our recommendations on everything from the bestest happy hours, to the most epic dive bars, to today's contribution: eight of the raddest places in NYC to do some late-ass eating. Check out the picks below!
Take advantage of the last part of their "Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Drunk." motto at this all-day-and-night biscuitorium that's plying you with fried chicken numbers, Scotch egg joints, and about a billion types of butter and jam.
This OG (58yrs-old!) East Village Eastern-Euro diner is still the go-to spot for 24/7 'rogies, gravy-drenched pork & beef meatballs, and a buncha' other late-night eats you can also drench with your leftover gravy.
A long-time food and drink industry favorite, Blue Ribbon serves its legendary fried chicken 'til 4a, as well as other bistro eats like lobster, New York strip, and rack of lamb.
Perfect for taking home to late-night-watch Saving Silverman on your couch, this Williamsburg cart (or really any of its other spots throughout the city) makes superlative burritos that can occasionally catch you off-guard with their heat… and deliciousness.
New Wonjo/ Wonjo
Always bright and seemingly always packed, this 24hr Korean BBQ place is the perfect last stop of the evening, with Korean beef you can DIY on in-table grills, and all kinds of late-night-/early-morning-appropriate greasy noodles and dumplings.
The Meatball Shop
Lower East Side
TMS's famed balls come on awesome choose-your-own-adventure-style menus, which will unavoidably lead you to order pretty much everything on top of everything.