7 Best Late Night Spots to Eat: Boston
Boston is filled with lots of great late-night spots to get your eat-on after a night out in town. So save a few bills and make sure you leave room in your stomach to fill up on all the late-night cuisine.
Tiger Mama, a Southeast Asian restaurant that offers delivery–perfect for one of those lazy nights. The menu boasts plenty of vegetarian options, like their “Spring Greens Pad See Ew”, along with choices for meat-lovers, such as their Crispy Pork Ribs. Everyone will surely find something to enjoy. Make sure to check out their prime location in the Fenway neighborhood for the full experience.
The Pour House Bar & Grill
Think big and bold!. This local pub boasts big portions and as well as a lively atmosphere. Food is served until 1:30am every night, meaning you can get your drink and eat on at the same time. From 6pm to 10pm every Saturday night, all burgers are half price, which is a bargain that’s hard to beat. On Sundays their “dippers”, which is a fan favorite specialty sliders are also half price from 4pm to 10pm.
Two Saints Tavern & Dos Diablos Taco Bar
Yes, you read that right. You can officially get jumbo pretzels and $4 tacos at the same place. These two establishments have combined adjoining spaces to produce the best of both worlds-and it works. Hop from one side of the restaurant to the other to enjoy both atmospheres and order from two different menus.
The list just wouldn’t be complete without a pizza place. After all, its a staple of late night eating. A4’s pizza’s woodfired are to drool for. Good news–they also deliver.
Wings Over may be a fast-food joint, but it earns a spot on this list for being a delicious affordable option. Available for both takeout and delivery, there are plenty of combos and options to choose from. Simply download Uber Eats, Grubhub, or Postmates to order wings directly to your door!
Open until 3am, the Dumpling Palace is perfect for after those nights out partying. They also offer delivery and takeout, and their menu is extensive. The majority of the food ranges from $8-12, making it a decent cheap meal.
South Street Diner
South Street Diner may look a little worn, but it has a lot charm and life inside. Built in 1947, and there open 24 hours. South street diner has been named “Best of Boston” by Boston Magazine, and for good reason–their omelets and breakfast burritos are top-notch, and you can get them whenever you want, 7 days a week.