8 Great Late Night Restaurants that are Open 24/7 in Manhattan · NY
While New York isn’t technically the city that never sleeps — it is the city for dreamers, hustlers, achievers, and do’ers. So to fuel one’s ambition — having variety for those late night restaurants is a major plus! So whether you’re studying, working, partying, or trying to catch that early am flight…
Here is a list of 8 late night restaurants to meet your appetite in Manhattan ↓
This Columbian restaurant is so legit and they serve more than just empanadas.
Location: Lower East Side, 95 Allen St, New York, NY
|Nate S. wrote: “So you’re telling me at 3 am when I get the munchies I can go to a fully operational casual eatery, grab some quality empanadas with other finger foods, and wash it down with alcohol?! Novel idea.
This spot is popping. Extensive empanada choices on the menu including the Reuben empanada, some made as healthy choices (.ie wheat flour), and a drink menu that serves alcohol until 4 am.”
Always an impressive choice with big portions and great atmosphere.
Location: Flatiron, 249 Park Ave S, New York, NY
One of the “classiest 24-hour operations” around, this Gramercy Park “go-to for brunch and late nights” has “that real Paris bistro feel”, from the “bustling” atmosphere to “satisfying” French classics. — ZAGAT
A 24 hour French cafe that is good for everything from casual dinner with friends, to business lunch, to going face down in a burger at 3am. — THE INFATUATION
L’Express captures the cuisine and vibe of French cooking with an authentic menu inspired by both the Northern and Southern regions of the country. — THRILLIST
24/7 NYC classic… Consistent and reliable, the perfect place to come after a night out. No matter how packed it seems, they’ll get you a table and in no time, you’ll have ordered a nice bottle of red and the lamb burger.
Since 1954, Veselka has been serving up traditional Ukrainian food in the heart of the East Village.
Location: East Village, 144 2nd Ave, New York, NY
➃ Wo Hop
The restaurant is the true definition of a hole in the wall with no more than 10 tables and “celebrity” photos and graffitied dollar bills taped everywhere. When you get there, don’t be confused → the restaurant is in the basement and it’s the place to be.
Chinatown, 17 Mott St, New York, NY
|Roxana I. wrote: “Always get the fried rice. To date, no other Chinese food spot has had better fried rice than Wo Hop. The classic pork fried rice is always a crowd pleaser.”|
A 24-hour modern diner that opened in 1998 on Seventh Avenue at 17th Street. The sleek, minimalist decor and the menu of updated American comfort food still attract crowds of young partiers, celebrities and neighborhood residents. Serving exceptional American comfort food with a contemporary twist.
Chris Colfer, from NBC’s Glee claims it to be one of his favorite places to sit down and grab a quick bite… #YouAreYouEat
Location: Chelsea, 119 7th Ave, New York, NY
This place is epic, I mean look at that meat! Proudly serving New York City since 1964, Sarge’s Delicatessen & Diner is one of Manhattan’s best quintessential Jewish style restaurants.
Location: Murray Hill, 548 3rd Ave, New York, NY
|Joseph L. wrote: “Hands down the best deli in Manhattan. The matzah ball soup, the corned beef, and the pastrami are out of this world. Prices are reasonable, but above all it’s the atmosphere and service that hit the home run. And it’s 24/7/365!”|
Cuban cuisine and a bar — a taste of Havana! I’ve heard you can’t leave without trying their coconut ice cream (sorbet). And as a courtesy, they even bake homemade cookies for the taking. So darn delicious…
Location: Chelsea, 207 W 14th St, New York, NY
|Renee L. wrote: “It’s predominantly a Cuban menu but has some other Latin choices as well like arepas, empanadas, etc… Always delicious! Best part is they are open 24/7 so you can have their delicious food anytime of the day.”|
Han Bat is where cuisines of South Korea meets New York, the greatest city in the world. Styled like the traditional kitchen and dining room of southern Korea, here you can sip rice wine and enjoy the excellent taste of farm-to-table American Korean fare without the frills.
Location: Midtown West, 53 W 35th St, New York, NY