This hip Phoenix coffee shop is situated in a Roosevelt St shop decorated with original art and furnished with plush chairs and benches. The atmosphere is bohemian yet unpretentious, and the coffee bar is tops. Try the street crepes menu, featuring both sweet and savory crepes. There are also burritos, biscuits & gravy and other comfort food favorites. Vegan and custom vegetarian options are also available. Plan ahead and attend one of the popular "Beat-n-Brunch" events, which feature live music, full brunch menu, and a fun patio atmosphere. No stuffy brunch here! Jobot is open 24 hours on the weekend, making a dependable spot for late-night noshing.
Recommended for Late Night because: Jobot is open until 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays and until 11am most of the week.
Patricia's expert tip: Try the Monte Cristo crepe, made with Canadian bacon, smoked turkey, egg, Swiss cheese and served with a side of raspberry preserves.
Nogales Hot Dogs is a late-night Mexican hot dog stand at the corner of 20th Street and Indian School Road. The hot dog stand has helped blaze the trail for Sonoran hot dogs in the Valley of the Sun. These Southwestern specialties are not your normal, run-of-the-mill hot dogs. They come wrapped in bacon and are topped with savory beans, tomato, onion and a squirt of mayo, served on a hot bolillo roll. This is a popular food truck operation that sets up like clockwork at 7 pm and stays open until after midnight. This is a favorite late night stop for foodies looking for late night eats.
Recommended for Late Night because: Nogales Hot Dogs serves up tasty Sonoran-style hot dogs every night until well past midnight.
Patricia's expert tip: Nogales Hot Dogs sets up around 7 pm and keeps selling dogs until well past midnight on most nights.
What this tiny traditional diner lacks in square footage, it more than makes up in style and heart. The vintage diner ambiance and modern American menu of comfort food classics has made Welcome Diner a downtown favorite. The food menu includes burgers, buttermilk biscuit sandwiches, and side dishes. The menu also features a supper menu that includes a market salad, New Orleans-style red beans and rice, and vegan po-boys. The drink menu includes Mexican Coca Cola, rotating draft beers, and a small selection of cocktails and wine. Side orders include unique dishes like smoked spring union slaw and poutine, fries with cheddar and gravy.
Recommended for Late Night because: Welcome Diner dishes out comfort food favorites until Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and until 10 other days.
Patricia's expert tip: Check the restaurant's website for seasonal summer hours.
This small, cozy bistro means serious business when it comes to good food. The kitchen at Carly's Bistro may be small, but the menu impresses with its dedication to locally-sourced ingredients and freshly made panini sandwiches, wraps, sandwiches, soups and salads. The appetizer menu at Carly's is excellent. Start with the brie cheese wedge, or the cheese and fruit plate. From the panini menu, the Cuban, made with thinly sliced ham, turkey, & swiss with grainy mustard and pickles on ciabatta, is always a good choice. Carly's also has a large wine and craft beer menu, and a popular brunch on the weekends.
Recommended for Late Night because: Enjoy fresh Mediterranean-inspired plates, sandwiches and great drinks until 11pm every weekend at Carly's Bistro.
Patricia's expert tip: Stop by for the popular brunch, featuring live music and great atmosphere.
The Vig is a popular local restaurant and tavern known for its hip crowd, sleek decor and laid-back patio. Unique yet unpretentious, the menu dishes up deluxe American comfort food. From the burger menu try the Vigazz Burger made with grilled beef with bacon, smoked gouda, tomato, arugula, grilled red onion, spicy mayo and mustard on a toasted bun. Adventurous foodies take note: The Vig's special dishes menu includes unique plates such as the Carne Asada on a Potato Pancake, sliced carne asada on a potato pancake served with guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, cotija cheese and tomato-garlic sauce. An extensive wine and beer menu have earned The Vig a reputation for one of the city's best happy hours. Two locations.
Recommended for Late Night because: The Vig is a hip restaurant and lounge that stays open until 11 pm on the weekends.
Patricia's expert tip: The Vig plays host to a popular weekend brunch featuring made-from-scratch mimosas and bloody mary's.
Savor the joys of an authentic Cornish pasty (pronounced pass-tee) without even having to jet off across the pond. The Cornish pasty is a traditional English comfort food featuring a variety of meats, veggies and cheeses, all stuffed into a pastry pocket. The pasty gets a twist at the Cornish Pasty Company, where diners can choose from an extensive menu of signature, premium, and vegetarian pasties. Try the Oggie, the traditional Cornish pasty made with steak, potatoes, onion, rutabaga, and served with a side of red wine gravy or ketchup. Pasty lovers will enjoy exploring the diverse menu, which also features Mexican, Italian, Greek, and Indian variations on this English classic. The large veggie pasty menu has made this a favorite stopping point for vegetarian foodies.
Recommended for Late Night because: Cornish Pasty Co. dishes out delicious pasties until midnight on every day of the week, excluding Sundays.
Patricia's expert tip: Happy Hour 3pm to 6pm every day at this favorite local eatery and watering hole.
Rustic yet casually upscale, Dick's Hideaway is the kind of place locals take out-of-towners for an authentic taste of traditional Southwest flavors. Lunch, breakfast and dinner is served at this small local gem, where the smell of slow-roasted pork greets the steady stream of diners at all hours of day. The Southwest-inspired botanas (appetizers) menu makes a great starting point . Try the roasted garlic plate, served with roasted peppers and green chiles bubbling over with flavor, or the tomatillo toast, grilled chicken and ham served over toast and smothered in green chile peppers, tomatillo salsa and cheddar cheese. Although you can get great burgers, salads and past at Dick's, the Santa Fe Trail menu is the real star of the show. For a little taste of everything, try the New Mexican Platter, featuring a red chile pork tamale, cheese relleno, chicken burro, rice and beans�all simmered in your choice of green or red sauce. But if you want to eat like a local, try the Carne Adovada, a house favorite featuring smoked pork roast simmered in red chile and served with rice, beans and a tortilla. Not to be missed for a true taste of the southwest.
Recommended for Late Night because: Dick's Hideaway dishouts out great late night eats until 11 pm on weekdays and midnight on the weekends.
Patricia's expert tip: Breakfast is king at Dick's Hideaway. Stop in for a traditional plate of huevos rancheros, or if you're really hungry, Vic's green chile meatloaf and eggs makes for a hearty and delicious first meal.
This ultra-hip, ultra-sleek central Phoenix restaurant is always making an appearance on local restaurant critics' lists of the Valley's best restaurant. The menu features American cuisine infused with the colors, fruits, and spices of the Mediterranean. No combo platters or boring plates here: every culinary creation here, such as the Crisp Pomegranate Chicken, is totally unique to FEZ. FEZ offers daily specials, including a $4 drink of the day. On Mondays, enjoy $6 baja burgers, arroz con pollo and spicy hummus. On Tuesdays, sip on FEZ's delicious $4 martinis. On Wednesday, the specials include $4 draft beers and $6 chicken finger and fry basket.
Recommended for Late Night because: FEZ offers gourmet late night eats until midnight during the week, and until 1 am on Friday and Saturday.
Patricia's expert tip: Enjoy 50% off bottles of wine all day on Sundays.
The Grand Avenue Pizza Company offers gourmet specialty pizza, calzones and sides in the Grand Avenue arts district in downtown Phoenix. The small, counter service pizzeria dishes out pies and slices until 4 am every morning, making it one of the most consistently good places to score late night pizza in Phoenix. Specialty pies include the Animal, a meat-centric pie with spicy sausage and smoked bacon and a creamy white sauce. For vegetarians, the Greek-style Zorba comes loaded with kalamata olives, spinach, roasted red bell peppers, fresh garlic, basil, red onion, mozzarella and feta. The pizzeria frequently offers daily specials, as well.
Recommended for Late Night because: Grand Avenue Pizza Company dishes out gourmet pizza, by the slice or by the pie, until 4 am.
Patricia's expert tip: The Grand Avenue Pizza Company is closed Sundays - Tuesday.
Constructed in 1947, the Hanny's building at the southwest corner of Adam's and 1st Streets in downtown Phoenix is one of the city's most iconic buildings. Once a fashionable department store, the building is now home to Hanny's, a hip restaurant-bar-lounge that is a favorite late-night stop for the closing time crowd. The kitchen cooks until 1 am, the bar pours until 1:30 am, and the dj spins (almost) all night. The menu, with its emphasis on gourmet pizza and highbrow take on bar plates, is particularly appealing after a night of dancing and drinking. But nothing quite rivals the drink menu at Hanny's, which proudly boasts its selection of absinthe and 1947-era cocktails. Come here to see, be seen and revel in the afterglow of another time.
Recommended for Late Night because: The room creates a fun evening experience. The elevator experience is worth the visit itself.
Patricia's expert tip: Try the petite midnight martini, a late-night house staple.