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Where to Find the Latest Late-Night Diner Eats

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It's late. The drinks: plentiful. The night: long. You: in dire need of some booze-soaking sustenance––stat.

Well, you're in luck. Because today, Eater Miami shares a heat map for late night greasy spoons. We're featuring restaurants that serve up filling (read: gut-busting), comforting eats until the wee hours of the morning. You'll find a little bit of everything on here, from South Beach stalwarts to Wynwood saloons. As always, if there's a restaurant that was missed, let us know in the comments.

— Jackie Gutierrez-Jones


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Big Pink

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This long-time South Beach spot has been fueling the late night hordes with oversized plates of meatloaf and buckets (!) of corn dogs and sweet potato fries until 5 in the morning.

The Lost and Found Saloon

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Get some southwestern-style fixins like simmering bowls of chili or cheddar-topped chicken flautas at this Wynwood haunt until 3am. They also have 4.8-ounce jumbo cookies stuffed with Reece’s Peanut Butter cups. Need we say more?

11th Street Diner

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A South Beach staple, this Art Deco dining cart (built in 1948) dishes up filling fare like southern-fried chicken, patty melts and chocolate fudge malts, 24-hours a day.

Blue Collar

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Danny Serfer’s Upper Eastside joint elevates comforting, homespun entrees like a pulled pork eggs benny, spicy oxtail and latkes with his deft touch. Bonus: most plates on the menu ring in at under twenty bucks.

Jumbo's Restaurant

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Yes, it’s a bit off of the beaten path, but you’ll be handsomely rewarded for the trek to this longtime Liberty City eatery. Open twenty-four hours a day, you can find plates brimming with soul food classics like collard greens, mac ‘n cheese and fried catfish and conch.

La Carreta

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Open until 2:30am on Saturdays, think of La Carreta as the Cuban version of the greasy spoon. Excellent late night carb-loading in the form of pressed ham-pork-and-cheese sandwiches with a side of fried plantains.
For an atypical late night bite, head to this eclectic Nicaraguan joint in Little Havana. Statues of roosters, pigs and ox pay homage to obscenely large plates of fried pork and cups of chicha (purple corn juice), 24/7. Tip: bring cash.

Morro Castle

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At Morro Castle, the humble frita reigns supreme. For $2.50, you can get your fill of seasoned beef patties topped with shoestring potatoes. Afterwards, satisfy that sweet-tooth with a crispy, sugar-laden mound of churros. Open until 1 a.m. Sun-Thurs, 2 p.m. Fri-Sat.

La Moon

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Hot dogs. It’s what’s for dinner (or lunch, or breakfast..) until 6am at this Colombian perro palace in Brickell. You can top your dog with hangover-preventing foodstuffs like, sausage, bacon, potato chips and quail eggs.

Sergio's

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The Coral Gables outpost of this Cuban resto is open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays for all day breakfasts (think: omelets served on Cuban bread) and hearty servings of fried breaded steak with black beans and rice.

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Big Pink

This long-time South Beach spot has been fueling the late night hordes with oversized plates of meatloaf and buckets (!) of corn dogs and sweet potato fries until 5 in the morning.

The Lost and Found Saloon

Get some southwestern-style fixins like simmering bowls of chili or cheddar-topped chicken flautas at this Wynwood haunt until 3am. They also have 4.8-ounce jumbo cookies stuffed with Reece’s Peanut Butter cups. Need we say more?

11th Street Diner

A South Beach staple, this Art Deco dining cart (built in 1948) dishes up filling fare like southern-fried chicken, patty melts and chocolate fudge malts, 24-hours a day.

Blue Collar

Danny Serfer’s Upper Eastside joint elevates comforting, homespun entrees like a pulled pork eggs benny, spicy oxtail and latkes with his deft touch. Bonus: most plates on the menu ring in at under twenty bucks.

Jumbo's Restaurant

Yes, it’s a bit off of the beaten path, but you’ll be handsomely rewarded for the trek to this longtime Liberty City eatery. Open twenty-four hours a day, you can find plates brimming with soul food classics like collard greens, mac ‘n cheese and fried catfish and conch.

La Carreta

Open until 2:30am on Saturdays, think of La Carreta as the Cuban version of the greasy spoon. Excellent late night carb-loading in the form of pressed ham-pork-and-cheese sandwiches with a side of fried plantains.

Yambo

For an atypical late night bite, head to this eclectic Nicaraguan joint in Little Havana. Statues of roosters, pigs and ox pay homage to obscenely large plates of fried pork and cups of chicha (purple corn juice), 24/7. Tip: bring cash.

Morro Castle

At Morro Castle, the humble frita reigns supreme. For $2.50, you can get your fill of seasoned beef patties topped with shoestring potatoes. Afterwards, satisfy that sweet-tooth with a crispy, sugar-laden mound of churros. Open until 1 a.m. Sun-Thurs, 2 p.m. Fri-Sat.

La Moon

Hot dogs. It’s what’s for dinner (or lunch, or breakfast..) until 6am at this Colombian perro palace in Brickell. You can top your dog with hangover-preventing foodstuffs like, sausage, bacon, potato chips and quail eggs.

Sergio's

The Coral Gables outpost of this Cuban resto is open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays for all day breakfasts (think: omelets served on Cuban bread) and hearty servings of fried breaded steak with black beans and rice.

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