Things like burgers and tacos are standard for late-night menus – and you’ll find plenty of those on this Orlando roster. That said, there are surprises in store. Gourmands from elsewhere, cities perhaps more often considered culinary contenders, would likely balk at the idea they might find an intimate eatery at which they could order a bottle of Sancerre to pair with sea bass and potato and fennel hash at 1 a.m., but that’s precisely the deal at Scratch, a romantic venue in Winter Park that’s far cozier and friendlier than the pretentious-sounding foodie copy above might lead you to believe. Over at the Smiling Bison, you can pair fried chicken livers or foie gras pierogi with live jazz late on Tuesday nights. And if all of that sounds a bit upmarket for your tastes, you can’t do better than the lamb taco (when they have it; it’s a special) at Tako Cheena, where about $10 will get your belly full of some seriously good food – tacos, burritos, hot dogs and more, much of it with an Asian spin – after a night out in Mills 50. Over in the Milk District, Tako Cheena’s sammie-slinging sister venue, Pom Pom’s, is open 24/7 on weekends, much to the delight of tea aficionados and late-night munchers. And at Oblivion Taproom – a family-friendly craft beer emporium and restaurant earlier in the evening – some say the nightly specials and piled-high burgers taste even better later on, when the music’s a little louder and there may or may not be a fun themed party going on.