What night of dancing and/or barhopping until the wee hours is complete without a plate of fries or cheesy omelet just before sunrise? Here’s a sampling of some great late-night eats around Manhattan:

All-night diners used to be pretty common in Manhattan. No more, but Coppelia at 207 W. 14th St. (tel. 212/858-2001), fits the bill, offering both diner food, and a wide variety of dishes from Latin America.

On the higher end, and open until 4am nightly, Blue Ribbon, 97 Sullivan St., between Prince and Spring streets (tel. 212/274-0404), is where the city’s top chefs come to unwind after they close their own kitchens. Thanks to a top-notch oyster bar and excellent comfort food, this cozy bistro is always packed, so expect a wait.

You can also check out the West Village stalwart Corner Bistro, 331 W. 4th St. (tel. 212/242-9502), home to a nearly burgers-only menu ’til 4am. In Chinatown, many restaurants are open late or all night, but don’t miss Great New York Noodletown, open 9am to 4am, for early-morning dumplings.

In the East Village, head to 24-hour Veselka, a bustling new-style diner offering eastern European comfort food at good prices, or Katz’s Delicatessen for first-class Jewish deli eats available Friday and Saturday until 3am (11pm on weeknights).


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.