5 Late-Night Delights

By The Editors | June 27, 2017 | Articles

1. Little Trouble
This neon Blade Runner-themed restaurant and bar, whose hours are posted as “5pm to late,” is sure to grant you a spot on Santa’s naughty list (shh!—we won’t tell). The menu includes a list of Japanese sakes and craft cocktails, meat-on-a-stick snacks, deliciously stuffed baozi-style buns and the indulgent Red Miso Ramen Bowl filled with pork shank, egg yolk and pickled ginger for a lift. @littletroubleatl

2. 8ARM
You don’t need eight arms to enjoy 8ARM’s ever-changing menu. This Ponce de Leon treasure boasts a shipping container-turned-patio bar that stays open until 1am on weekdays and 2am on Friday and Saturday and allows foodies to fulfill their appetite desires with items like the lobster roll or beloved burger formerly served at Lusca. @8armatl

3. Ormsby’s
Just west of Georgia Tech and Atlantic Station lies a lively hangout for late-night revelers. Grab a drink at the upstairs bar then head downstairs for a wide range of games including shuffleboard, bocce ball, backgammon and more. Enjoy tasty bites (like hand-dipped corn dog pups and Southern sweet potato chips) and good vibes till 3am Monday through Saturday, and midnight on Sunday. @ormsbys

4. Cypress Street Pint & Plate
Cypress Street Pint & Plate is a go-to for Midtown’s cool, casual crowd with a nightly closing time of 2:45am (and midnight on Sunday). Snag a seat on the outdoor patio and dig into elevated pub fare like barbecue egg rolls and chicken wings paired with delightful libations such as the Deep South margarita, summer sangria, or gin- and St-Germain elderflower liqueur-based Respect Your Elders. @cypressstreet

5. Café Intermezzo
Euro-chic Café Intermezzo is a coffeehouse staple with three ATL outposts open till midnight or later, and an extensive list of coffees and teas in addition to alcoholic beverages. Get your caffeine fix while enjoying all-day breakfast (we see you, Nutella-banana crepes), or beeline straight for the dessert case to indulge in a decadent slice of cheesecake.


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