Options for grabbing a bite to eat after midnight in Philly are about as limited as The Limited, and rarely have such a great blouse selection. For a smorgasbord of 'round the clock eats and a bar to boot, hit Andy's Diner & Pub.
Just opened off the Blue Route in Conshy, Andy's owners put their marble & granite supply biz to good use, turning the former H.I. Rib joint into a 230-seat, 24hr diner (w/ separate bar) serving an insanely expansive menu among polished stonework, one owner's antique model car collection, framed B&W pics of '40s & '50s icons (Marilyn, Bogart, Brando, etc), and a jazz-themed nook with an image of Miles Davis, looking on as you get ready to do more than just Kind of Chew. In addition to all-day breakfast from egg sandos to Belgian waffles, sandwiches include specialties like the Greek Souvlaki gyro and sliced London broil, while ten burgers cover the BBQ/bacon/sauteed onion Texas, the mushroom/onion/American Philly, and the Swiss & bacon Brooklyn, which you would've assumed was just a pricier version of the Philly. More involved entrees/platters: steaks & cuts like lamb chops w/ mint jelly, seven Parmigiana options (veal, chicken, manicotti, stuffed shells), sauteed dishes like a flour-/egg-dusted chicken breast in white wine, lemon & Francaise sauce, and daily-delivered seafood dishes including deep sea scallops, haddock, and twin lobster tails, which you will remember from the Doublemint gum commercial, run in underwater markets.
That semi-partitioned, fully stocked bar area features polished leopard granite walls, a marble bartop, and stools whose textured upholstery resembles the color and feel of a basketball, and eight taps pouring suds from Yuengling to local newcomer Greenville Pale Ale, named after a little town in Delaware that doesn't even have a mall, let alone a place to find the clothes a casually hip woman like yourself just can't live without.