26 "Late Night Eats" restaurants in Boston.
Uni is a flashy Japanese izakaya in Back Bay with a $16 spoon, hot rock wagyu beef, and lots of small plates you won’t want to stop ordering.
Hojoko is a Japanese restaurant in the Fenway that is the opposite of a sensory deprivation tank.
Alden & Harlow in Harvard Square serves good, not great American small plates in a fun underground space with excellent cocktails.
Roxy’s is a tiny spot in Allston with some great sloppy sandwiches and burgers.
Lone Star is a tiny bar in Allston that serves big tacos and other good Tex-Mex.
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
Charlie's Kitchen is a diner, beer garden, and punk bar all rolled into one in Harvard Square.
Little Donkey is a small plates restaurant in Central Square that’s great for drinks and few bites.
The Quiet Few is a neighborhood bar in East Boston with a large whiskey list and good bar food.
Shojo is a fun and colorful Asian restaurant in Chinatown that feels more like a bar than a restaurant.
Darryl’s is a jazz bar that serves Southern classics like fried chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits.
Momi Nomi is a Japanese-Hawaiian izakaya with a good sake selection, but not so great food.