When hunger strikes past midnight, fight back with our favorite latenight dining spots that serve everything from Szechuan-inspired tofu to gut-busting burgers almost around the clock. KIRSTEN HARRINGTON
Inside the Hyatt Regency, this retro-inspired 24-hour diner serves breakfast, sandwiches and hot dishes to satisfy every craving, whether you’re looking for eggs benedict, gourmet waffles or a milkshake at 4 am. 9801 International Drive
POP POM’S TEAHOUSE AND SANDWICHERIA
This Milk District favorite specializes in the area’s best salads, wraps, teas and pressed sandwiches, served late night Thursday and around the clock on weekends. Potatoherb pancakes and crepes are just a few weekend favorites. 67 N. Bumby Ave.
Stained glass and reclaimed wood set the tone for the Hemingway-inspired interior; a generous selection of hot and cold tapas makes this Spanish-style restaurant in Ivanhoe Village a local favorite. Open until 2 am. 802 Virginia Drive
AREPAS EL CACAO
These freshly stuffed Venezuelan corn cakes with seasoned meats, shrimp, veggies and sauces, are the ultimate South American comfort food. With a store-front location and a food truck near Universal, it’s the perfect stop for post-roller coaster refueling. Food truck: 5368 International Drive- open until 3 am; 5389 S. Kirkman Road open until 3 am weekdays, 4 am weekends.
This mega entertainment district offers a full line-up of bars, clubs and restaurants. Take in a movie, sing karaoke or play mini- golf until 2 am and then feed your appetite at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Pat O’Brien’s or Red Oven Pizza Bakery, all open until 2 am, or NBC Sports Grill & Brew, open until 1:30 am.
This newly renovated entertainment center features plenty of dining options. Enjoy Irish music with fish and chips and a pint of Guinness at Raglan Road until 1 am, slurp up some ramen at Morimoto Asia, or head to Splitsville for bowling and a bite (bowl until 2 am; eat until 1 am). You can even satisfy your sugar craving anytime with the Sprinkles Cupcake ATM.
CHUAN LU GARDEN
Fuel up with mouth-tingling La Zi Chicken or spicy tofu with chili sauce, or recover in the early hours with dumplings and fried pork buns. Open until 2 am daily. 1101 E. Colonial Drive
RED MUG DINER
Open 24/7, this retro diner serves breakfast favorites, hearty dishes, sandwiches and salads and a separate brunch menu with a complimentary mimosa on weekends. Try the signature Brioche Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, or pay homage to Orlando’s leader with Mayor Buddy’s Breakfast Tacos served with grits. 63 E. Pine St.
No night out is complete without a stop for their famous “Double D’s” tacos, served until 3 am daily. 22 E. Washington St., and 2406 E. Robinson St.
This Latin-style nightclub with amazing live entertainment also offers a flavorful menu. Order the Gran Picada appetizer sampler off the Late Night Menu before heading home at 2 am. 8126 International Drive
This “American Burger Bar” is covered in graffiti by local artists, giving it a funky, unique vibe. Fans love the “Macho Nachos” and specialty burgers served until 2 am, along with Happy Hour from 10 pm to close. Multiple locations downtown, in Dr. Phillips and Lake Nona