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This Korean barbecue joint is open all night, so you can get your sizzling bibimbap fix (with marinated veggies, an egg and your choice of beef, chicken, seafood or more veggies) after the cocktail bar’s last call.
1250 Broadway (at 32nd St.); 212-564-6845 or kangsuhnyc.com; open 24 hours
Just because you’re eating a midnight snack doesn’t mean you can’t keep it classy. (Keep that pinkie up when you dip your fries into the broth, though.)
Locations on the Upper West Side and Greenwich Village; 212-533-2233 or frenchroastny.com; open until 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday
Sure, you could stick with the traditional potato, but when it’s 3 a.m. (or 4, or 5…they’re open 24 hours) and you’ve had a little too much Champagne, these little guys are incredible.
144 Second Ave. (at Ninth St.); 212-228-9682 or veselka.com; open 24 hours
Who says breakfast can’t start at 4:30 a.m.? These fluffy discs of deliciousness are topped with Chantilly cream, which may or may not be made from crack.
119 Seventh Ave. (at 18th St.); 212-414-1717 or cafeteriagroup.com; open 24 hours
Pop into this tiny East Village joint at 1 in the morning and bond over pork sausage gravy biscuit sandwiches with the stranger at the counter next to you.
198 Ave. A (at 13th St.); 646-682-9529 or empirebiscuit.com; open 24 hours
Yep, you heard us. Apparently seafood is an aphrodisiac, and this midnight snack is stuffed with it.
Locations in Hell’s Kitchen and the Lower East Side; 212-698-9008 or empmamanyc.com; open 24 hours
On a cold night, there’s nothing more satisfying than a giant bowl of warm, spicy soup, and this Korean spot does it right. Now stop drooling and go.
5 W. 32nd St. (at Fifth Ave.); 212-967-1900 or bcdtofu.com; open 24 hours
After sipping spiked cider at the Gander followed by Rock ‘N’ Roll Karaoke at Arlene’s Grocery, you definitely work up an appetite.
The problem: It’s 2 a.m., so your options are basically limited to Taco Bell gorditas and bad diner grilled cheese. Oh wait, just kidding--we don’t live in Montana. In NYC, we can nosh on the most amazing pierogis, empanadas and sausage biscuits all night long.
Behold, the eight best late-night snacks in the city. Your bibimbap awaits.
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