Haute Top 5: Best Late Night Dining in Los Angeles

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1 Nighthawk: Breakfast Bar

Nighthawk: Breakfast Bar is a restaurant concept by Jeremy Fall, serving elevated breakfast-themed fare and cocktails. The food menu, helmed by Spago-alum Chef Greg Schroeppel includes items such as an award-winning breakfast burger, Benedict fries, a duck confit hash, and homemade brandy-infused french toast. The cocktail list includes spiked cereal milks, a slushy bloody Mary, and alcoholic coffee drinks. Expect to eat your breakfast for dinner until midnight on weeknights and Sunday and until 1 am on Friday and Saturday.
417 Washington Blvd, Venice, CA 90292

2 The Corner Door

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This adorable Culver City bistro is serving a range of items like Mary's organic chicken, avocado toast, wasabi quail eggs and even vegan fare like roasted cauliflower until 2 am NIGHTLY. There's something for everyone and they serve until the wee hours. That's winning in our book!
12477 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066

3 The Misfit

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This Santa Monica eatery is packed day and night—especially at night when the gorgeous locals turn this hot spot into a late night haunt. Make sure to order up the green chili burger for a late night 'snack' Thursday-Sunday until 1 am and on midnight Sunday-Wednesday.
Third Street Promenade, 225 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401

4 The Pikey

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This British-style gastropub serves up a full menu of items like buffalo burrata with marinated figs, seared squid and hangar steak with duck fat fingerlings until 1:30 am nightly. You'll love the intimate setting and the even better cocktails such as its signature Laddie Dill—Svedka vodka, crushed cucumber and dill, lime juice and salt and pepper—as well.
7617 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046

5 Westbound

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Located on the grounds of the original La Grande Station on DTLA's Sante Fe Avenue, Westbound serves cross-cultured craft cocktails and fresh, seasonal small bites in an environment inspired by luxury railcars of past & present until 2 am Tuesday-Saturday and until midnight on Sunday. Small, delicious items range from black cod and sunchoke soup to warm chocolate chip cookies, all served in a stunning environment.
300 S Santa Fe Ave n, Los Angeles, CA 90013