This spot extended its weekend hours to ’round-the-clock in 2010. Its dinerlike menu leans heavily on breakfast items, but sandwiches, entrees and a full bar offer choices for all. By Evan S. Benn Read more.
Courtesy Diner has been slinging its famous slingers since 1935. There’s also the requisite diner lineup of burgers, patty melts and more, but make sure you bring cash. By Gabe Hartwig Read more.
Slices of East Coast-style pizza, Coney Island hot dogs and chicken parm subs are the things your stomach cries out for after a few rounds at International Tap House. By Evan S. Benn Read more.
The Hill is no one’s first thought for after-hours dining, but Five Bistro chef-owner Anthony Devoti is changing that by offering a concise menu 10 p.m.-midnight Thursday-Saturday. By Evan S. Benn Read more.
With mouthwatering treats like chicken-fried bacon, meatloaf minicupcakes, Southern-fried wings and house-made fries, we usually require extra time with the menu before deciding. By Gabe Hartwig Read more.
SoHo serves shrimp and grits, country-fried steak, fried catfish, chicken and waffles, crab cakes, sweet potato cheesecake and other “down-home specialties with a modern twist.” By Kevin C. Johnson Read more.