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Where to Eat If You’re A Night Crawler

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Zabb Queens
71-28 Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights; 718-426-7992
The intricate Thai art of calibrating hot, sour, salty, and sweet flavors just so is practiced till 2 a.m., seven days a week.

Bar Jamón
125 E. 17th St., nr. Irving Pl.; 212-253-2773
Of all the vast Batali-affiliated holdings, this fourteen-stool “ham bar” is the tiniest and, surprisingly, the quietest, plus it stays open the latest.

The Spotted Pig
314 W. 11th St., nr. Greenwich St.; 212-620-0393
Satisfy those late-night bubble- and-squeak cravings until 2 A.M.

Peasant Wine Bar
194 Elizabeth St., nr. Spring St.; 212-965-9511
This dark and moody downstairs annex to Peasant stocks some good rustic Italian wines, makes a great under-the-radar panino, and stays open till the wee hours.

Kang Suh
1250 Broadway, at 32nd St.; 212-564-6845
Grilling your own meat is a primal urge that one should feel free to indulge at any time—and one can at this 24/7 Korean barbecue.


Illustration by Riccardo Vecchio  

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