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18 Restaurants Open for Late-Night Food Around Atlanta

Restaurants open for pizza, wings, kimchi fried rice, ramen, and hot dogs late into the night

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Most Atlanta restaurants close down the kitchen at 10 p.m., which isn’t conducive to the hours kept by night owls or folks just getting off work. While old reliables like Waffle House are always open, there are plenty of other solid food options available around Atlanta for late-night dining after 10 p.m. and beyond. Make sure to check individual restaurant hours before you head out, as they’re subject to change.

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Zucca Bar & Pizzeria

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Located at Smyrna Market Village, Zucca Bar and Pizzeria features a late-night menu with baskets of crispy fries, wings, chicken egg rolls, and a handful of New York-style pizzas. Order a Victory Pie topped with tangy plum tomato sauce, cheese and parsley sausage, basil, fresh mozzarella, mushrooms, and shaved parmesan. Slices are $3 each. Open until 4 a.m. most nights. Late-night menu begins at 10 p.m.

Side Piece wings pop-up @ Agenda Studios

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This late-night wings pop-up takes place upstairs at the Castleberry Hill studio and creative agency on Peters Street every Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday night. Expect both chicken and vegetarian wings made from cauliflower with a variety of sauces, including hot Buffalo, lemon pepper, and hot honey, along with other dishes like hand-cut spiced fries. Wings and seating are first come, first served, and takeout is available. Open Tuesday, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 7 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Our Bar ATL

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This Edgewood Avenue bar is open for late night drinks, dancing, and food. And the new menu provides Our Bar ATL the opportunity to utilize the automats (hot food vending machines) that have sat idle at the bar to help speed up service and allow for more affordable, handheld foods such as pizza rolls and pretzels. Open Sunday until 12 a.m.; Monday - Saturday until 2:30 a.m.

Woody's CheeseSteaks

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Looking for cheesesteaks in Midtown? Head over to sandwich institution Woody’s at the corner of Monroe and Virginia across from Midtown High School for one of the restaurant’s original cheesesteaks with shaved, chopped steak, sauteed onions, and a choice of white American cheese, provolone, or Cheese Whiz or a sandwich stuffed with shaved chopped steak, sauteed onions, mushrooms, peppers, and cheese of choice. There are two other locations in Buckhead and East Atlanta Village and both are open late for food. Open until 12 a.m. Sunday - Thursday; until 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

Manny's Grant Park

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This low-key spot in Grant Park is often a gathering place for residents throughout the week, and for folks following the English Premier League to take in a match on the TVs throughout the pub. Manny’s also features a late-night food menu, from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., with snacks like nachos, pork cracklins, chili, wings, and pizza rolls. Late night menu Monday - Saturday, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Midtown Bowl

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Midtown Bowl has been an Atlanta institution since 1960. The alley offers 32 lanes, a full bar pouring a lot of local beers, and a food menu filled with everything from piled-high nachos and mini corn dogs to burgers, wings, pizza, and fried fish sandwiches. Open Wednesday until 12 a.m.; Thursday until 1 a.m.; Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

Milltown Arms Tavern

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Grab over-stuffed grilled cheese sandwiches, banh mi, fries. and tater tots with a cold beer at this local favorite in Cabbagetown. But do not skip the hot wings here, which come with a side of ranch for dipping. Open daily until 12 a.m.; Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

The Bookhouse Pub

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The Twin Peaks-inspired bar is a regular stop for Atlanta’s hospitality industry and locals looking to whet their whistles with a beer and a shot or cheeky cocktails. It’s also a great spot of late night dining. Keep an eye out here for the occasional chef pop-up, too. Follow on Instagram for menu and pop-up updates. Open Tuesday - Thursday 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday until 1 a.m.

The Bucket Shop Cafe

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Longtime Atlantans may remember this venerable sports bar from its heyday at Underground Atlanta in the 1970s, before moving to Buckhead in 1982. Open at 11 a.m. until the wee hours of the morning, expect bar grub like wings, cheeseburger sliders, and chicken egg rolls to triple decker club sandwiches and even a New York strip. Be sure to order the Bucket Shop’s popular Reese’s peanut butter pie. Open until 3 a.m. every day except Sunday.

The Righteous Room

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This Poncey-Highland dive bar is a popular post-shift spot for many of Atlanta’s bartenders, so it must be doing something right. Order everything from fish and chips and loaded nachos to a grilled cheese on Texas toast and a blue plate special (meat and two sides.) Kitchen closes at 1 a.m. Thursday - Saturday.

Euclid Avenue Yacht Club

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This iconic Little Five Points dive bar reopened in 2021 under new ownership and with a bit of refresh inside, too. But the divey vibe here remains the same as does most of the menu, including the Brunswick stew, jumbo wings, and Yacht tots. Kitchen closes at 1 a.m., Tuesday - Saturday.

Southern Feedstore

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Most of the restaurant stalls at this mini food hall in East Atlanta Village stay open well past 12 a.m., especially on Friday and Saturday nights. That includes TKO Korean for cheesy Korean corn dogs, kimchi fried rice, and Korean beef egg roll taquitos, Woody’s Cheesesteaks, and Butaco for Mexican street eats and tacos. Check individual stalls for hours.

Screamin' Weenies

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Hot dog stand Screamin’ Weenies opened on the back patio of East Atlanta Village restaurant Banshee in 2021. While originally open for lunch during the height of the pandemic, the hot dog stand has since scaled back operations to Friday and Saturday nights. Open Friday and Saturday, 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Octopus Bar

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Octopus Bar brings snacking into the wee hours to the next level. Opening its doors after many restaurants have shuttered for the night, the menu includes selections like Spanish octopus, ramen, and a Maine lobster roll. Sip on a Hemingway collins while waiting on the late evening meal. Open Tuesday - Saturday with last call for food and drinks at 2:15 a.m.

La Pastorcita

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This unassuming Buford Highway restaurant serves up traditional Mexican dishes and freshly made tacos until 12 a.m. most days.

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The all-day restaurant on Buford Highway near the Aldi’s serves a variety of pasta dishes, paninis, burgers, and hearty salads. Try the fried shrimp burger topped with mango salsa, the buffalo chicken salad, or a build-your-own bowl of pasta. Order at the counter and take a seat or grab the food to-go. Open Sunday - Thursday until 3 a.m.; Friday - Saturday until 4 a.m.

Food to Go

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Located in a small retail complex in Clarkston, there’s a steady stream of people popping into this counter-service spot for late-night food. Order everything from catfish nuggets and a breakfast sandwich served on thick Texas toast to batches of saucy wings and even a cooked-to-order ribeye steak with two sides. Check for daily specials here, too, like meatloaf on Mondays and lasagna on Thursdays. Open Monday - Friday until 4 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday until 3 a.m.

Hanshin Pocha USA

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Pocha is short for pojangmacha, meaning “tented wagon” or a Korean street food vendor. Han Shin mirrors the feel of a Japanese izakaya with warm woods, rows of tables, and small dining huts surrounding the perimeter inside. It’s great for late nights, beer, soju, small bites, and karaoke. Try the smoked pork slices with bean sprouts or the budae jjigae (“army soup”) made with ham, sausage, baked beans, and kimchi or the spicy kimchi hot pot. Open until 2 a.m. most nights.

Zucca Bar & Pizzeria

Located at Smyrna Market Village, Zucca Bar and Pizzeria features a late-night menu with baskets of crispy fries, wings, chicken egg rolls, and a handful of New York-style pizzas. Order a Victory Pie topped with tangy plum tomato sauce, cheese and parsley sausage, basil, fresh mozzarella, mushrooms, and shaved parmesan. Slices are $3 each. Open until 4 a.m. most nights. Late-night menu begins at 10 p.m.

Side Piece wings pop-up @ Agenda Studios

This late-night wings pop-up takes place upstairs at the Castleberry Hill studio and creative agency on Peters Street every Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday night. Expect both chicken and vegetarian wings made from cauliflower with a variety of sauces, including hot Buffalo, lemon pepper, and hot honey, along with other dishes like hand-cut spiced fries. Wings and seating are first come, first served, and takeout is available. Open Tuesday, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 7 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Our Bar ATL

This Edgewood Avenue bar is open for late night drinks, dancing, and food. And the new menu provides Our Bar ATL the opportunity to utilize the automats (hot food vending machines) that have sat idle at the bar to help speed up service and allow for more affordable, handheld foods such as pizza rolls and pretzels. Open Sunday until 12 a.m.; Monday - Saturday until 2:30 a.m.

Woody's CheeseSteaks

Looking for cheesesteaks in Midtown? Head over to sandwich institution Woody’s at the corner of Monroe and Virginia across from Midtown High School for one of the restaurant’s original cheesesteaks with shaved, chopped steak, sauteed onions, and a choice of white American cheese, provolone, or Cheese Whiz or a sandwich stuffed with shaved chopped steak, sauteed onions, mushrooms, peppers, and cheese of choice. There are two other locations in Buckhead and East Atlanta Village and both are open late for food. Open until 12 a.m. Sunday - Thursday; until 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

Manny's Grant Park

This low-key spot in Grant Park is often a gathering place for residents throughout the week, and for folks following the English Premier League to take in a match on the TVs throughout the pub. Manny’s also features a late-night food menu, from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., with snacks like nachos, pork cracklins, chili, wings, and pizza rolls. Late night menu Monday - Saturday, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Midtown Bowl

Midtown Bowl has been an Atlanta institution since 1960. The alley offers 32 lanes, a full bar pouring a lot of local beers, and a food menu filled with everything from piled-high nachos and mini corn dogs to burgers, wings, pizza, and fried fish sandwiches. Open Wednesday until 12 a.m.; Thursday until 1 a.m.; Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

Milltown Arms Tavern

Grab over-stuffed grilled cheese sandwiches, banh mi, fries. and tater tots with a cold beer at this local favorite in Cabbagetown. But do not skip the hot wings here, which come with a side of ranch for dipping. Open daily until 12 a.m.; Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

The Bookhouse Pub

The Twin Peaks-inspired bar is a regular stop for Atlanta’s hospitality industry and locals looking to whet their whistles with a beer and a shot or cheeky cocktails. It’s also a great spot of late night dining. Keep an eye out here for the occasional chef pop-up, too. Follow on Instagram for menu and pop-up updates. Open Tuesday - Thursday 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday until 1 a.m.

The Bucket Shop Cafe

Longtime Atlantans may remember this venerable sports bar from its heyday at Underground Atlanta in the 1970s, before moving to Buckhead in 1982. Open at 11 a.m. until the wee hours of the morning, expect bar grub like wings, cheeseburger sliders, and chicken egg rolls to triple decker club sandwiches and even a New York strip. Be sure to order the Bucket Shop’s popular Reese’s peanut butter pie. Open until 3 a.m. every day except Sunday.

The Righteous Room

This Poncey-Highland dive bar is a popular post-shift spot for many of Atlanta’s bartenders, so it must be doing something right. Order everything from fish and chips and loaded nachos to a grilled cheese on Texas toast and a blue plate special (meat and two sides.) Kitchen closes at 1 a.m. Thursday - Saturday.

Euclid Avenue Yacht Club

This iconic Little Five Points dive bar reopened in 2021 under new ownership and with a bit of refresh inside, too. But the divey vibe here remains the same as does most of the menu, including the Brunswick stew, jumbo wings, and Yacht tots. Kitchen closes at 1 a.m., Tuesday - Saturday.

Southern Feedstore

Most of the restaurant stalls at this mini food hall in East Atlanta Village stay open well past 12 a.m., especially on Friday and Saturday nights. That includes TKO Korean for cheesy Korean corn dogs, kimchi fried rice, and Korean beef egg roll taquitos, Woody’s Cheesesteaks, and Butaco for Mexican street eats and tacos. Check individual stalls for hours.

Screamin' Weenies

Hot dog stand Screamin’ Weenies opened on the back patio of East Atlanta Village restaurant Banshee in 2021. While originally open for lunch during the height of the pandemic, the hot dog stand has since scaled back operations to Friday and Saturday nights. Open Friday and Saturday, 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Octopus Bar

Octopus Bar brings snacking into the wee hours to the next level. Opening its doors after many restaurants have shuttered for the night, the menu includes selections like Spanish octopus, ramen, and a Maine lobster roll. Sip on a Hemingway collins while waiting on the late evening meal. Open Tuesday - Saturday with last call for food and drinks at 2:15 a.m.

La Pastorcita

This unassuming Buford Highway restaurant serves up traditional Mexican dishes and freshly made tacos until 12 a.m. most days.

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Yo! Chef What's cooking?

The all-day restaurant on Buford Highway near the Aldi’s serves a variety of pasta dishes, paninis, burgers, and hearty salads. Try the fried shrimp burger topped with mango salsa, the buffalo chicken salad, or a build-your-own bowl of pasta. Order at the counter and take a seat or grab the food to-go. Open Sunday - Thursday until 3 a.m.; Friday - Saturday until 4 a.m.

Food to Go

Located in a small retail complex in Clarkston, there’s a steady stream of people popping into this counter-service spot for late-night food. Order everything from catfish nuggets and a breakfast sandwich served on thick Texas toast to batches of saucy wings and even a cooked-to-order ribeye steak with two sides. Check for daily specials here, too, like meatloaf on Mondays and lasagna on Thursdays. Open Monday - Friday until 4 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday until 3 a.m.

Hanshin Pocha USA

Pocha is short for pojangmacha, meaning “tented wagon” or a Korean street food vendor. Han Shin mirrors the feel of a Japanese izakaya with warm woods, rows of tables, and small dining huts surrounding the perimeter inside. It’s great for late nights, beer, soju, small bites, and karaoke. Try the smoked pork slices with bean sprouts or the budae jjigae (“army soup”) made with ham, sausage, baked beans, and kimchi or the spicy kimchi hot pot. Open until 2 a.m. most nights.

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