You know how it goes — you’re out having a good time with friends when suddenly the clock strikes midnight and your stomach’s growling. When it comes to having a serious case of the munchies or if you’re simply craving a snack to avoid going to bed hungry, there are plenty of spots throughout the city that stay open late. And when we say late, we really mean late. Here are the 10 best places for some 24 hour and late night eats in Miami.
This French-owned restaurant got its start in Miami Beach in 1988, and currently has several locations to satisfy those late night cravings. Their Miami Beach, Brickell, Wynwood and North Beach shops are open daily until 5 a.m., giving you enough time to stop by and have the most enormous and delicious sandwiches money can buy, as well as salads, smoothies and shakes.
2. Moshi Moshi
Anyone in the mood for sushi at 4 a.m.? You can literally count on one of our favorite late night, trendy spots, Moshi Moshi, which dishes up creative sushi rolls, sashimi, teriyaki, ramen, sake and so much more goodness until 5 a.m. daily. Or shall we say nightly.
Get your music and foodie fix at Wynwood’s first and only Asian food hall, which is open until 3 a.m. on most nights. All under one roof, there are several vendors to choose from, ranging from savory dumplings and sushi to ramen and dim sum. If you’re looking for something on the sweeter side, you can’t go wrong with taiyaki ice cream or the new mochi donuts!
It should come as no surprise that the city’s taco joint by day, speakeasy by night is the perfect option for a late-night bite. At least the locations in South Beach and Coconut Grove, which serve food until 3 or 4 a.m., depending on the day of the week. Pick up a taco or cheesy quesadilla at the front and make your way to the back for some delicious margaritas in their swanky lounge.
This is the perfect place to settle your sugar cravings late in the night, hence the name. Staying open until 2 a.m., you can’t go wrong with any of their warm, yet gooey cookies like their Chocolate Chip, Ave Maria, Birthday Cake, Red Velvet or Dark Chocolate S’mores.
Pinolandia is open 24 hours and offers a wide selection of Nicaraguan eats, from carne asada to gallo pinto and queso frito… the list is endless! Just know that when you’re visiting this fritanga, you should expect a line but it’ll be worth the wait.
Talkin’ Tacos began as a food truck, serving massively popular Mexican food that amassed a large following. The lines around their truck became so hard to keep up with, that they opened up brick-and-mortar locations throughout the city. Menu options range from their signature Birria Tacos to Street Corn in a Cup, and both their Brickell and Wynwood locations are open until 6 a.m.
8. The Anderson
If you’re looking for a bar with more of an upscale vibe, this neighborhood spot in the Upper East Side is open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. (and 3 a.m. on certain nights). There are multiple spots to hang around in and indulge in your small dishes and cocktails, both indoors and out. You’ll even find El Toro Taco truck out back for plenty of late-night Tex Mex!
9. Pizza Bar
When cravings for a steaming slice pizza hit you in the wee hours of the morning, you should make your way to Pizza Bar on Collins Ave. Open through 2 a.m. on Monday through Thursday or 5 a.m. on weekends, the venue serves up enormous slices (because why wouldn’t you want your slices to be huge after a long night out on the town?) or whole pies.
Located in Washington Avenue on South Beach, Cheeseburger Baby has been serving juicy burgers since 2001 and is the perfect pit stop for food until 4 a.m. It’s even Beyoncé and Jay-Z approved! Fries, hot dogs and chicken wings are also available.