Late-Night Din­ing

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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


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


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.


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


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

Mango’s B-Line Diner San­ti­ago Bodega

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