Best Late Night Restaurants

Best Late Night Restaurants

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For the city that never sleeps, late-night and around-the-clock eats are a crucial part of the urban landscape. Here are some of the city's best bets.

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    Danny Meyer followed up his uncommon string of successes—Union Square Care, Gramercy Tavern, Eleven Madison Park—with a more casual restaurant, something that evoked the comfort and cuisine of the American South, but with his own fine-dining flair.
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    Charcoal yakitori made with organic chicken and a fine selection of sakes make Yakitori Tori Shin—one of the many yakitori restaurants taking over New York storefront—one of the best bets.
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    When a pub with a wholly British name peeks out from a quiet urban corner, one expects to find a dark wood interior, grumpy old men at the bar, and bready ales paired with toad-in-the-hole and spotted dick.
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    Round-the-clock Mexican food in Hell's Kitchen, with a wide selection of empanadas (go figure), including breakfast creations.
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    La Esquina ("The Corner") features perhaps New York's most secretive restaurant (with a semi-unlisted phone number), hidden downstairs behind a door marked "employees only".
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    The menu offerings change daily, with local, seasonal, sustainably harvested produce tempering almost every dish, and includes a selection of pastas.
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    Schiller's Liquor Bar features a fascinating menu that includes rotisserie chicken with roast potatoes, pork chops with onions, lamb curry, steak and french fries, grilled swordfish with mint and tomato and various pastas and sandwiches.
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    Keith McNally waved his magic wand and updated this old stalwart to new glory.
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    This small, intimate restaurant is named after the Provencal village of Le Paradou ("paradise"). Paradou serves up hearty rustic fare with a well chosen wine list.
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    Lower East Side casual meets Italian-American from Brooklyn, and the result is impressive. Defying the current trend of supersize and overpriced restaurants, Frankies Spuntino has a modest 26 seats and barely any elbow room.
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    Don’t fear the Crab, the Chili Crab, that is, signature dish and fiery favorite of those who crowd into this new Meatpacking addition.
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    How apropos that a barbecue joint built across the street by the owners of Spuyten Duyvil should be called "Fat Pig" in German, for of all the new BBQ joints in New York City, this one strikes us as the most authentic.
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