It’s a question that comes up a lot. Where can we get something to eat after a concert or a Braves game that isn’t fast food or Waffle House? Most restaurants around Atlanta close by 10 p.m. But there are some good places to settle in for food after hours.
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More late spots
Majestic Diner — The classic 1929 greasy spoon on Ponce got a makeover a while back, but its still open 24 hours, 364 days a year: www.majesticdiner.com.
R. Thomas Deluxe Grill — Another quirky 24-hour Atlanta classic, where your vegan and vegetarian friends can join you for a burger: www.rthomasdeluxegrill.net.
Victory Sandwich Bar — With locations in Inman Park and Decatur, it’s where the cool kids go for sammies and slushies until 2 a.m.: http://vicsandwich.com.
Six Feet Under — Locations on the Westside and near Grant Park, serving snacks, seafood, burgers and craft beer until 1 a.m. most nights: http://sixfeetunderatlanta.com.
P’Cheen — The long running Old Fourth Ward pub recently got a makeover and a new menu with more small plates and snacks served until midnight or later: www.pcheen.com.
Ormsby’s — Westside neighborhood tavern with updated pub grub, craft beer, fun and games that stays open until 3 a.m. most nights: www.ormsbysatlanta.com.
Spondivits — A Southside airport location has made it a cult destination for shucked oysters and seafood, and it stays open until 4 a.m. every night: www.spondivits.net.