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The Best New Pizza In NYC

NYC has a lot of good pizza. These new spots are its rising stars.

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Where To Eat Outside Past 11pm In NYC

16 spots across NYC where you can get food and drinks outside after 11pm.

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The NYC Late Night Delivery Guide

If you’re looking for food when it’s almost ‘tomorrow’, order delivery from any of these 16 spots.

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Late Night Delivery That Isn’t Just Pizza

When it’s after 10pm and you’re done with the people-facing part of your day, order delivery from any of these 16 spots.

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Where To Have A Sit-Down Dinner After 11pm

The best places to get a full late-night meal.

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The Best Late Night Restaurants In NYC

Where to eat pasta, tater tots, and deep-fried hot dogs after midnight.

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7.7

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Donovan's Pub

This Irish pub in Woodside has been around since 1966. They've got stories for days and one of the best burgers in the city.

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7.6

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Thelewala

Thelewala is a fun kati roll and chaat counter open until 2am in Greenwich Village.

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7.9

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Franky's Souvlaki

Astoria is home to a number of excellent souvlaki trucks, but you’ll always see a crowd around Franky’s on Steinway.

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Chrissy's Pizza

Some of the best pizza in Brooklyn is currently being made in an “off-brand home oven” in Bushwick. To get it, you’ll need to DM Chrissy's Pizza on Instagram.

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7.7

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Chicken & The Egg

This mostly-takeout East Village spot has some of the better fried chicken sandwiches in the city.

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8.8

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Studio 151

Studio 151 is an East Village speakeasy serving late-night sushi with a four-seat omakase bar.

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Citrico Cafe

Citrico Cafe is a Mexican restaurant in Astoria where Taco Tuesday can turn into a late night out.

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NYCGuide

The Best New Pizza In NYC

NYC has a lot of good pizza. These new spots are its rising stars.

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Medusa Greek Taverna

Medusa Greek Taverna is a neon-lit party in Park Slope where you can order from a menu that has over 100 options on it.

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8.6

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7th Street Burger

7th Street Burger in the East Village always draws a crowd, and their burgers are worth the wait.

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Double Chicken Please

Double Chicken Please is a fun cocktail bar and restaurant on the Lower East Side with creative drinks on tap and a great hot honey fried chicken sandwich.

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The Bonnie

The Bonnie is an upscale gastropub in Astoria where you can order fried pickles and cocktails until 1am or have a no-frills brunch on the patio.

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Burger & Barrel

Burger & Barrel makes some of the better burgers in NYC.

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Monument Lane

It seems that some reclaimed wood, an antique musket, and a trip to the public library are the easiest way to a restaurant idea these days. We’re over it. Thankfully, many of the dishes at Monument Lane make up for the decor.

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Clover Club

Quality cocktails and more than decent food on Smith Street. Brunch is a big deal here.

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Employees Only

These days, Employees Only is not the hotspot it once was. But while the crowd might have lost a step, the cocktails have not, and it’s still packed with people every time we stop by.

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Lucky Strike

No, it’s not a bowling alley in Times Square. It’s the 25-year-old Keith McNally restaurant that’s way more fun than Balthazar.

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Archie’s Bar & Pizza

Archie’s is a pizza place in Bushwick serving simple pan pies that are exactly what you want before or after a night out.

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8.0

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Au Cheval

The original Au Cheval in Chicago makes one of our all-time favorite burgers, and the location in Tribeca serves a damn good one as well.

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Blue Ribbon Sushi

If you’re looking for a place to order à la carte nigiri, maki, and sashimi in Soho, this iconic late-night spot is still your best option.