Haute Top 5: Late Night Dining in New York

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One of the perks of living in the city that never sleeps are the dining options. Whether you’re coming home late from the office or from a night out partying, there’s always that one trusted spot to satisfy your late night cravings. Here are five classics that never disappoint.

1 Artichoke Basille’s Pizza

Depending on who you ask, Artichoke is famous for being one of the best slices of pizza in the city. The portions are generous, and their artichoke pizza is a go-to for late-night diners heading home from a night out. The Meatpacking location is often abuzz with clubgoers on the weekends because of its ample seating, so beware of long lines (worth it every time).
Several locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn

2 The Spotted Pig

A West Village classic and celebrity favorite (Kanye West once famously told his Twitter followers "If you wanna have a drink with me, book a table at The Spotted Pig"), The Spotted Pig serves seasonal British and Italian cuisine into the late hours of the morning. Highlights include their killer burger and the chicken liver toast.
314 West 11th Street
West Village

3 The Penrose

From the owners of The Wren, The Penrose brings downtown cool to the Upper East Side. Open 'til 4AM, this cozy, old-fashioned gem offers patrons burgers, sandwiches and other American bar bites, as well as a variety of delicious cocktails and an impressive beer list.
1590 2nd Ave
Upper East Side

4 Veselka

Open 24 hours, this no-frills Ukranian spot is a New York City classic. If you're looking for satisfying and affordable comfort food, this is the place. Staples include the cabbage soup, borscht, and their go-to pierogis (Ukranian-style dumplings).
144 2nd Ave
East Village

5 Katz’s Deli

An iconic New York institution, Katz's deli has been serving the city's best pastrami and corned beef sandwiches since 1888. On Saturdays, Katz's is open 24 hours, with a crowd that usually encompasses anything from die-hard New Yorker to European tourist, so be prepared to wait in line for your stacked-to-the-sky pastrami sandwich.
205 E Houston St
Lower East Side