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15 Essential South Florida Late Night Eats

Where to dine no matter the time

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There are two kinds of people in this world – 1. The kind who considers dawn the best time to exercise. 2. The kind who does a bang bang at 11 p.m. on a weekday. Both enjoy being up during the wee hours of the morning doing slightly different things.

This map is for the latter, showcasing some of the best places to get a food fix in Miami before bedtime, or during.

Finally, a note: do try and call a restaurant before heading out late because a lot of places close their kitchen earlier than the advertised time.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Moshi Moshi (Multiple locations)

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Moshi Moshi is more than just a way to answer the phone in Japan, it's one of the few places in Miami that serves ramen at 3 a.m. Its Miami Beach location even encourages diners to kick their shoes off and eat in traditional seiza-manner.

Open nightly until 5 a.m.

Beaker & Gray

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This popular Wynwood restaurant offers up an interesting late-night happy hour menu filled with cravable dishes like grilled cheese, pork fried rice, yucca fries, and more, alongside its inventive cocktail menu.

Open daily until 2 a.m.

1-800-Lucky

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Of course Wynwood’s hip, Asian-focused food hall would be a top late-night spot. Offering everything from sushi to ramen to Thai cuisine along with Instagram-worthy ice cream cones, plus, it also has a busy bar for guests to grab a libation or two before or after the meal. 

Monday to Thursday until 2 a.m., Friday and Sunday until 3 a.m.

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

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Cocktails aren’t the only star of this all-American drinking den, its late night menu features a burger large enough to feed a small family and cauliflower and pomegranate seed topped nachos are worthy of praise in their own right. No wonder Sweet Liberty has become a late-night industry staple.

Open Sunday to Thursday until 3 a.m., Fridays and Saturdays until 4 a.m.

Pizza Bar South Beach

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There’s nothing more Miami than a sweaty dude wearing a "Size Does Matter" shirt pulling blanket-sized pizza slice out of a gas oven to feast at the end of the night. That’s what exactly can be found at Pizza Bar, who’s conservative portions always hit the spot.

Open Sunday to Wednesdays until 2 a.m., Thursday to Sundays until 5 a.m.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

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There's a fine line between casual eatery and total debauchery and Bodega knows exactly when to hit the switch. Hungry guests are greeted with a menu filled with tacos, burritos and tortas, but a look through the port-a-potty door reveals a hidden bar area for that aforementioned debauchery. 

Open nightly until 5 a.m.

Cheeseburger Baby

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There are few things more crave-worthy than a late night burger. Luckily those cravings can be cured until the wee hours of the morning thanks to Cheeseburger Baby. Expect long lines of nightclub dwellers past 2 a.m. on most weekends but that’s part of the charm, right?

Open until 5 a.m. Sunday to Wednesday, until 6 a.m. Thursday to Saturday.

La Sandwicherie (Multiple locations)

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Craving a salad in the middle of the night is often less sinful than craving a bacon cheeseburger, and La Sandwicherie understands that. The fresh sandwich haven has been serving French fare and a signature vinaigrette to nightcrawlers and larks alike since 1988.

Open Sunday to Wednesday until 5 a.m., Thursday to Saturday until 6 a.m.

Taqueria El Carnal

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This classic taqueria is always ready to serve made-to-order tacos to the neighboring party neighborhoods of Brickell and Little Havana no matter the time of day.

Open Monday to Thursday until 3 a.m., Friday to Sunday until 5 a.m.

Yambo Restaurant

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Yambo serves Nicaraguan fare like fritanga and carne asada every hour of every day. 

Open 24 hours a day.

Big Pink

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The menu features more than 200 items including all-day breakfast, buckets of chicken wings and specialty burgers, meaning even weekly visits (no judgment) wouldn’t result in a repeat in the dishes.

Open Monday to Wednesday until midnight, Thursday to Saturday until 5:30 a.m. and Sunday until 2 a.m.

Baby Jane

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The cocktail house turns a seductive shade of red as the night transitions into the wee hours of the morning, serving an array of libations and small Japanese-inspired plates. Late night ramen, anyone?

Open until 3 a.m. Sunday to Thursday and until 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

La Moon Restaurant

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Housed in the heart of Brickell — right next to longtime watering hole Blackbird Ordinary — it serves up classic Colombian fare. Think arepas filled with every protein you can imagine, decadent hot dogs topped with items like bacon, eggs, and plenty of sauces; cheeseburgers, and more. 

Open Monday and Wednesday until midnight, Thursday until 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday until 6 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to midnight. 

Sweet Dogs 305

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According to Miamians who write Yelp reviews, Sweet Dogs is the number one place to eat, ever. The humble Flagami joint boasts five solid stars, 369 reviews and some of the most unique hot dog concoctions in the Magic City. 

Open Sunday to Thursday until 10 p.m., Friday and Saturdays until 3 a.m.

Momi Ramen

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Ramen and late nights go hand-in-hand, and Momi Ramen serves up some of the best in the city. Grab a big bowl of its pork belly filled ramen after a long night out to soak up all those transgressions. Just make sure to bring some cash, as this Brickell spot is a cash-only location.

Open daily until 3 a.m. 

Moshi Moshi (Multiple locations)

Moshi Moshi is more than just a way to answer the phone in Japan, it's one of the few places in Miami that serves ramen at 3 a.m. Its Miami Beach location even encourages diners to kick their shoes off and eat in traditional seiza-manner.

Open nightly until 5 a.m.

Beaker & Gray

This popular Wynwood restaurant offers up an interesting late-night happy hour menu filled with cravable dishes like grilled cheese, pork fried rice, yucca fries, and more, alongside its inventive cocktail menu.

Open daily until 2 a.m.

1-800-Lucky

Of course Wynwood’s hip, Asian-focused food hall would be a top late-night spot. Offering everything from sushi to ramen to Thai cuisine along with Instagram-worthy ice cream cones, plus, it also has a busy bar for guests to grab a libation or two before or after the meal. 

Monday to Thursday until 2 a.m., Friday and Sunday until 3 a.m.

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

Cocktails aren’t the only star of this all-American drinking den, its late night menu features a burger large enough to feed a small family and cauliflower and pomegranate seed topped nachos are worthy of praise in their own right. No wonder Sweet Liberty has become a late-night industry staple.

Open Sunday to Thursday until 3 a.m., Fridays and Saturdays until 4 a.m.

Pizza Bar South Beach

There’s nothing more Miami than a sweaty dude wearing a "Size Does Matter" shirt pulling blanket-sized pizza slice out of a gas oven to feast at the end of the night. That’s what exactly can be found at Pizza Bar, who’s conservative portions always hit the spot.

Open Sunday to Wednesdays until 2 a.m., Thursday to Sundays until 5 a.m.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

There's a fine line between casual eatery and total debauchery and Bodega knows exactly when to hit the switch. Hungry guests are greeted with a menu filled with tacos, burritos and tortas, but a look through the port-a-potty door reveals a hidden bar area for that aforementioned debauchery. 

Open nightly until 5 a.m.

Cheeseburger Baby

There are few things more crave-worthy than a late night burger. Luckily those cravings can be cured until the wee hours of the morning thanks to Cheeseburger Baby. Expect long lines of nightclub dwellers past 2 a.m. on most weekends but that’s part of the charm, right?

Open until 5 a.m. Sunday to Wednesday, until 6 a.m. Thursday to Saturday.

La Sandwicherie (Multiple locations)

Craving a salad in the middle of the night is often less sinful than craving a bacon cheeseburger, and La Sandwicherie understands that. The fresh sandwich haven has been serving French fare and a signature vinaigrette to nightcrawlers and larks alike since 1988.

Open Sunday to Wednesday until 5 a.m., Thursday to Saturday until 6 a.m.

Taqueria El Carnal

This classic taqueria is always ready to serve made-to-order tacos to the neighboring party neighborhoods of Brickell and Little Havana no matter the time of day.

Open Monday to Thursday until 3 a.m., Friday to Sunday until 5 a.m.

Yambo Restaurant

Yambo serves Nicaraguan fare like fritanga and carne asada every hour of every day. 

Open 24 hours a day.

Big Pink

The menu features more than 200 items including all-day breakfast, buckets of chicken wings and specialty burgers, meaning even weekly visits (no judgment) wouldn’t result in a repeat in the dishes.

Open Monday to Wednesday until midnight, Thursday to Saturday until 5:30 a.m. and Sunday until 2 a.m.

Baby Jane

The cocktail house turns a seductive shade of red as the night transitions into the wee hours of the morning, serving an array of libations and small Japanese-inspired plates. Late night ramen, anyone?

Open until 3 a.m. Sunday to Thursday and until 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

La Moon Restaurant

Housed in the heart of Brickell — right next to longtime watering hole Blackbird Ordinary — it serves up classic Colombian fare. Think arepas filled with every protein you can imagine, decadent hot dogs topped with items like bacon, eggs, and plenty of sauces; cheeseburgers, and more. 

Open Monday and Wednesday until midnight, Thursday until 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday until 6 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to midnight. 

Sweet Dogs 305

According to Miamians who write Yelp reviews, Sweet Dogs is the number one place to eat, ever. The humble Flagami joint boasts five solid stars, 369 reviews and some of the most unique hot dog concoctions in the Magic City. 

Open Sunday to Thursday until 10 p.m., Friday and Saturdays until 3 a.m.

Momi Ramen

Ramen and late nights go hand-in-hand, and Momi Ramen serves up some of the best in the city. Grab a big bowl of its pork belly filled ramen after a long night out to soak up all those transgressions. Just make sure to bring some cash, as this Brickell spot is a cash-only location.

Open daily until 3 a.m. 

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