Where to Eat in Miami After 2 AMBy Carissa Chesanek
June 20, 2014
We've all been there: The booze is flowing, your feet are going and before you know it, your stomach's snarling. Head to any of these late-night spots to fuel up and — fingers crossed — prevent a hangover.
A historic sandwich hut with locations in heavy-foot-traffic areas of South Beach and Brickell, it offers post-party patrons healthy late-night options like classic French-style samms and fruit smoothies until 5 AM (6 AM on weekends).
Taco-cravers head to this pet-friendly gourmet hole-in-the-wall at all hours of the day because, let's be honest, when a hankering for chef Todd Erickson's fried chicken taco comes, there's no stopping it (even at 4 AM).
Big Pink (pictured)
The low-key, '50s-style diner has earned its rep as a hangover preventer. The sister restaurant to Prime 112 serves hearty comfort food like bacon-cheddar cheeseburgers and hand-cut fries by the bucket.
Opened from 6 PM-5 AM every day, it won't matter what night you stumble inside this colorful Asian-fusion lounge. The monster menu of spicy hot rolls and chilled fresh crudos are always available.
Hightail it to this Modern American tavern after a night in Mary Brickell Village. The special late-night menu features vanilla French toast with duck confit and a sunny-side up egg until 3 AM on weekdays and 5 AM Thursday-Saturday.
Finding an after-hours hangout in North Miami Beach isn't always easy, but thankfully there's this Japanese gem hiding in a quiet strip mall serving garlic stem beef and kimchi ramen until 3 AM.
A Latin American staple in South Beach (and various other city locales), this always bustling late-night spot offers hearty snacks to fill you up, including empanadas, burgers and its signature Cubbie sandwiches stuffed with anything from sausage to cheese.