52 "Late Night Eats" restaurants in Philadelphia.
This pub in Northeast Philly has excellent garlic wings - the sauce is satisfyingly spicy and the meat falls right off the bone.
For over 40 years, Byrne’s Tavern has been a go-to place for bar food in Port Richmond.
This Upper Darby sports bar and grill is one of the first places we tell people about when they ask us for wing recommendations.
Port Hole Cafe is a casual bar where you should go for late-night drinks on Long Beach Island.
A play on the word “stoners,” St. Oner’s is a bar and restaurant in Fishtown from Tired Hands Brewing.
Tai Lake is a Chinatown staple with lots of big, round tables and dishes served family-style.
David’s Mai Lai Wah is a restaurant in Chinatown that’s the biggest late-night-hangout spot in the city.
The Pearl Tavern is a pub from the people behind Townsend and Oloroso with a great selection of craft beers.
Wine Dive on South Street combines the best parts of a dive bar and a wine bar.
Good Dog is a 3-floor bar in Rittenhouse that’s covered with photos of dogs.
Encima is a speakeasy-style mezcal bar above Franklin Mortgage with over 70 types of mezcal.
La Virgen De Las Nieves is a Mexican spot in South Philly that has huge, delicious huaraches served in pizza boxes.
Prohibition Tavern is a casual corner bar in Callowhill where you’ll find a jukebox and some pretty solid bar food.