In a city that doesn't sleep you are bound to wind up hungry. There seems to be a restaurant on every corner so navigating through what is open for late night bites that isn't a corner store can be overwhelming. Here are 10 tried, tested and loved places to grab that late night bite to eat in NYC.
Acclaimed nose-to-tail chef April Bloomfield is no stranger to the late-night scene: her Flatiron hotspots The Breslin and The John Dory Oyster Bar both serve food until midnight. But her oldest restaurant, the tin-ceilinged gastropub The Spotted Pig, pushes dinner even later into the evening, serving a full menu until 2 a.m., seven nights per week. At that hour, Bloomfield’s deservedly acclaimed Roquefort burger, served with shoestring fries, is the way to go for us, but bar snacks like deviled eggs, chicken liver toasts and pork rillettes go down easy, too.