One of the perks of living in New York City is the fact that the city truly never sleeps. While not every place of business is open in the middle of the night, one type of business usually is: food. Perhaps you’re out on the town with your friends, or you’re just having a late night for whatever reason. It’s likely you may want to buy some late night food, and luckily NYC is one of the places that constantly has food establishments open. Here are a few of the best late night restaurants in New York City.
The Donut Pub
If you’re the type of person who can eat breakfast at any time of day, The Donut Pub might be the place for you. Located on W 14th street in Manhattan, this establishment has fresh donuts all day long, from the classic glazed donuts we all know and love to more varied types such as maple bacon. Outside of donuts they offer bagels, egg sandwiches and other types of sandwiches such as grilled cheese.
If you’re a fan of hot dogs but want something a little more extreme than the typical street dog, check out Crif Dogs located at St Marks Place in Manhattan. These hot dogs are much more gourmet than what you would find from a street cart, usually having a combo of other great foods coming on the hot dog, such as the Morning Jersey, a hot dog wrapped in taylor ham with cheese and a fried egg. If you’re looking for a drink, they also have a hidden speakeasy in the restaurant.
Prince Street Pizza
Like most people, you probably can’t resist a piping hot slice of pizza in the middle of the night, especially if you’ve had a few drinks. Prince Street’s popularity is notorious amongst both common New Yorkers and celebrities alike, and they’re open until 2:30 in the morning on the weekends, which gives you plenty of time to get over there and grab a slice before they shut down for the night.