Boston might not be the city that never sleeps, but there are still some options for those craving a late night bite.
From North End sweets to classic diner eats, count on these 10 restaurants when the midnight cravings come calling.
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Bova’s Bakery, 134 Salem St. | Open 24/7
- The family-owned business has been around since 1926, serving up sweet cannoli and cheesy slices of pizza.
Lucca, 226 Hanover St. | 5 p.m.-1 a.m. daily
- Check out the new late night snack menu with arancini, deviled eggs + poutine. Pro tip: while the kitchen closes at 12:15, cocktails are served until 1 a.m.
Caffe Vittoria, 290-296 Hanover St. | 8-12 a.m. daily
- Enjoy a cappuccino at night at Boston’s first ever Italian Cafe. Pro tip: this location is cash-only.
Jm Curley, 21 Temple Pl. | 4 p.m.- 2 a.m. daily
- We recommend the mac + cheese or the Nashville hot fried chicken sando.
Parish Cafe, 361 Boylston St. | 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday
- Get your gourmet sandwich fix along with a craft cocktail.
New York Pizza, 224 Tremont St. | 10-3 a.m. daily
- This pizza joint also has a South End location (435 Massachusetts Ave.) open until 2 a.m.
Dumpling Cafe, 695 Washington St. | 11-1:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
- Pro tip: don’t skip the soup dumplings.
Double Chin, 86 Harrison Ave. | 11:30-4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
- The modern Asian restaurant offers everything from bang bang shrimp to macaron ice cream sandwiches.
Taiwan Cafe, 34 Oxford St. | 11-1 a.m. daily
- Head to Chinatown for family-style Taiwanese eats like General Gau’s chicken + pork blood soup.
South Street Diner, 178 Kneeland St. | Open 24/7
- End the night with a milkshake + burger combo just down the street from South Station.