Whether you’re a night owl, a hard worker clocking off late, or simply someone with midnight munchies, the city has a ton of late-night feasts awaiting you.
While “late-night” might mean 10PM for some, others might not feel the night vibes until the wee hours. I aimed to spotlight a ton of late-night spots, so I’m offering dish recommendations for my top 5 only.
If your curiosity is piqued about the others, drop a comment below and I’d be thrilled to
provide more insights!
So, let’s dive into Columbus’ moonlit menus and discover where to quell
those late-night cravings!
Buckeye Donuts (1998 N. High St.)
Iconic signage draws you in, but the traditional gyro and mozzarella sticks will keep you coming back.
Pizza Pizza 007 (3027 Indianola Ave.)
Open until 3:40 am daily
Known for high-quality, generous toppings, yet the classic cheese pizza steals the show. Don’t miss out on their incredible gyro.
Restaurant Silla (1802 W Henderson Rd.)
Open until 1:00 am daily
Authentic Korean comfort food. Feast on Dduk Bok Ki spicy rice cakes and Bulgogi – tender prime beef marinated in house sauce.
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District North (10 E. Long St.)
Open until 1:00 am Sun-Fri, Closed on Sat.
Kickstart your meal with a trio of starters: Grape Leaves, Falafel, and a classic pairing of Feta Cheese & Olives.
The Olde Towne Tavern (889 Oak St.)
Open until 1:00 am daily.
Satisfy your cravings with the French Dip: smoked prime rib, melted provolone on a hoagie roll, paired with au jus and horseradish mayo.
Press Grill (741 N. High St.) 1:00 am daily
Club 185 (185 E. Livingston Ave.) 12:00 am daily
Los Guachos (5221 Godown Rd.) 12:00 am Sunday – Thursday, Friday Saturday 1:00 am
Las Tapias Birria (530 Norton Center) 10:00 pm Monday – Thursday, 11:00 pm Friday Saturday
Little Palace Restaurant (240 S. 4th St.) Sunday – Thursday 11:00 pm Friday Saturday 1:00 am
Ridiculous Eatz (1940 W. Henderson Rd.)
Sunday: Open until 12:00 am
Tuesday to Thursday: Open until 1:00 am
Friday and Saturday: Open until 1:30 am
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