21 "Late Night Eats" restaurants in Austin.
Talad is a food truck located at East 6th and Comal with a menu full of small Thai and Laotin "street foods" as well as heartier options.
Bummer Burrito is a trailer on Rainey Street serving burritos with Fritos and jalapeno poppers in them.
This dive bar on Dirty 6th has one of our favorite burgers in the city.
Las Perlas downtown is one of the best places to drink a whole bunch of mezcal.
Tommy Want Wingy is both a Tommy Boy reference and a food truck at Lustre Pearl on Rainey Street serving lollipop wings with nine different sauces.
Located in the backyard of one of our favorite bars, The Liberty, is East Side Kings, an Asian fusion food truck open late.
This old-school spot sells donuts for under $1 and is open super late.
Kerbey Lane is a classic Austin spot for breakfast, brunch, and late night eats in Austin. The South Lamar location is open 24 hours.
More Home Slice is the restaurant’s takeout window on South Congress, and is open until 3am Fridays and Saturdays.
Domo Alley-Gato on the East Side is from the Ramen Tatsu-ya team, serves great cocktails, and has a food truck out back, right by their cat shrine.
Nickel City is a Detroit-themed dive bar on East 11th with frozen cocktails, pinball, and coney island hot dogs.
Ah Sing Den is a cocktail bar on East Sixth that’s named after a famous London opium den. Come here for cocktails, or to eat Asian bar food until 2am.
Javelina is a bar and Tex- Mex spot on Rainey Street that serves food until 1:30am and has a big patio great for day drinking.
Kerbey Lane is a classic Austin spot for breakfast, brunch, and late night eats in Austin. The original Kerbey Lane spot is still our favorite.
Holy Roller is where to go for a fun brunch or post-going out meal downtown. Get the trash fries.