Food & Drink

5 places to find secret late-night ramen in NYC

Published On 05/06/2014 Published On 05/06/2014
Andrew Zimmer
Andrew Zimmer
Takashi
1 or 8
Melissa Kravitz
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1. Takashi 456 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014 (West Village)

All beef, all night. Well sorta. Hit up this spot for the perfect part-Korean, part-Japanese dish featuring both Japanese and American Angus -- tongues, intestines, and anything else you can imagine -- grilled at your table. On the weekends, chow down on an influx of ramen while reading about the health benefits of the various slices of meat you might gorge yourself on via a wall mural.

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2. Benkei Ramen 115 Allen St, New York, NY 10012 (Greenwich Village)

When the moon is at it's highest, this ramen noodle house opens it's doors slinging Tonkotsu Ramen with it's assorted pig parts and a Gyoza you won't want to share with your tablemates. In the same space as the Hill&Dale gastropub, the spot is known for quite a bit of a wait, but is well worth the effort.

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3. Tsukushi 300 East 41St, New York, NY 10017 (Midtown)

Located in Midtown, Tsukushi serves up some of the most delectable ramen in the city, and the all-omakase menu changes every night.

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4. Ramen Sanshiro 249 E 49th St, New York, NY 10022 (Midtown)

This cozy, hidden spot is the perfect find for late-night noodle slurping. Head to the lauded Midtown East destination and try a number of their different treats -- you really cannot go wrong.

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5. 1 or 8 66 S 2nd St, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (Williamsburg)

Head to 1 or 8 in Williamsburg for some serious late-night ramen goodness. Top it off with some black sesame ice cream, and thank us later.