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1. Empire Biscuit198 Avenue A, New York
2. Veselka144 2nd Ave, New York
3. Blue Ribbon97 Sullivan Street, New York
4. Crif Dogs113 Saint Marks Pl, New York
5. Tacos Morelos25 Ave A, New York
6. 69 Bayard Restaurant69 Bayard St, New York
7. New Wonjo23 W 32nd St, New York
8. The Meatball Shop84 Stanton St, New York
Empire Biscuit is exactly as it sounds... a manically obsessive eatery based around the wonder that are biscuits. They're not ordinary, either -- try one of their custom biscuits, or go with a friend and split the the Snuggah Boo -- a plum, prune & port, goat cheese, and black pepper buttered wonder.
Since 1954, New Yorkers have depended on Veselka’s cabbage soup as the cure for a hangover. And where else can you get some of the city’s best banana pancakes alongside pierogies and a cheeseburger? Nowhere. On the pierogi front, it doesn’t matter what filling you choose, each fork-tender pocket feels like it came straight out of baba’s kitchen and tastes like a Polish heaven.
Blue Ribbon's a stellar late-night joint, cozying up great 'tails with great (and interesting) company.
Crif Dogs is to hot dogs like Katz's is to pastrami and Russ & Daughters is to lox. The house-made dogs come in a variety of styles -- go big with one of the bacon-wrapped dogs, like the Tsunami, which comes with a healthy dosage of teriyaki, pineapple, and green onions, or keep it simple with the deep-fried corn dog (made with a super secret batter, of course). Crif Dogs' original location, in the heart of Alphabet City, is home to the phone booth entrance that leads to one of the city's most iconic speakeasies, PDT.
TM is the best late-night grub spot. Be sure to indulge in some crazy beef tongue (or get your more-inebriated friend to).
This late-night, post-drinking spot is a hub for those craving delicious, fast Chinese food.
New Wonjo's doling out awesome late night Korean grub. Try the seafood pancake or some sizzling banchan.