2. San Francisco International Airport
Sleeping options: While most of SFO's benches are padded with metal armrests, longer benches are available that're big enough to recline fully on -- assuming you can scare off other tired travelers. The airport also has something in the International Terminal dubbed The Berman Reflection Room, which offers a place for “quiet self-reflection and meditation” or, as we like to call it, sleeping. Just expect someone to wake you from your “meditation” at 11p when it closes.
Lounge life: After grabbing a shower in one of the many airline/ USO lounges, or the Freshen Up store in the International Terminal, you can spend the entire night staring at marine wildlife in the 24hr aquarium. Yes, a real aquarium. There's also a 24hr Yoga Room (with mats available) in Terminal 2, so stretch that shavasana into more of nap.
Food & drink: Although SFO doesn't rock all-night food to accompany its late-night yoga and fish meditation, there're plenty of options that stay open until midnight, namely Anchor Brewing Company, which produces Anchor Steam and a number of other tasty brews, and is located in the Terminal 3 board area near Gate 70. When ABC closes at 10p, try Buena Vista Café, Legends of San Francisco, or Perry’s.