The Top 5 Late Night Dining Spots in Los Angeles

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1 Pacific Dining Car

Forget standard late-night fare like greasy burgers and overdone fries and get ready to dine in a truly elegant setting. Pacific Dining Car is a night owl's dream: fine china, white tablecloths and a menu that carries everything from Filet Mignon to Eggs Benedict. This is an amazing spot at any hour -- and lucky for you, it's open 24 hours a day.
2700 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 453-4000

2 Red Medicine

Looking for the best late-night Vietnamese fusion in the city? Look no further than Red Medicine. Chef Jordan Kahn's wonderful menu of pork pate, bahn mi and coconut bavarois is available until 2 am seven days a week. On the plus side, this red hot spot is also a trendy, sexy and fun place to hang out as the wee hours approach.
8400 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (323) 651-5500

3 The Hungry Cat

Seafood lovers looking for late night fare should head to The Hungry Cat. Enjoy everything from caviar to oysters to Alaskan cod until midnight Thursday-Saturday and 11 pm Sunday-Wednesday.
1535 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 462-2155

4 The Pikey

Those who have tastebuds similar to Prince Harry should head to The Pikey, a haute Hollywood gastropub. The eatery serves up English delicacies like Welsh Rarebit, English Pea and House Made Riccota Ravioli as well as traditional Fish & Chips. Treat yourself to one of the innovative cocktails while you're waiting for your meal such as the Guvnor, a blend of Bombay gin, Sloe gin, egg whites and bitters. Pip, pip!
7617 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90046 (323) 850-5400

5 25°

A great late night burger option can be found at 25° inside Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel. The atmosphere is as dark and inviting as any nightclub so you won't feel awkward leaving a bar for food. In fact, you can even blend your cravings with booze as the eatery offers spiked shakes. Try the Guinness milkshake: a blend of Guinness, house made chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. Boozy bliss.
7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 785-7244
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