July 12, 2017, 3:12 p.m.
This open-late bar and sit down joint can feel like a Beyoncé concert on a Saturday night. Therefore, it is best to wait for a seat at the quiet second floor cocktail bar. The downstairs will surely be jammed pack. As the NYC Rooftop Bar experts, we claim this quaint and comfortable after hours eating restaurant the host of the best shepherd’s pie in all of New York City. Topped with a hearty fluff of mashed potatoes, this curried lamb meal is $19 and will not disappoint. Expect a live piano player as well!
In this part of lower Manhattan, the Financial District, it normally has venues that close rather early. Luckily for you, Keith McNaly brought us Augustine, one of the best stake restaurants in New York, also open until 11pm during weeknights. If you are feeling meaty, this classy eatery will satisfy your needs!
When it comes to the most authentic ode to a Parisian wine bar, you can thank Fabian von Hauske and Jeremiah Stone, the creators of Wildfair. If you desire a late-night quality snack, or many, Wildair is perfect if you want to sample small plates. This late-night restaurant makes it onto the list for its’ quality and specialty plates. The NYC Rooftop Bar experts suggest to try the potato darphin or scallop crudo; you will not be disappointed!
Located on the Bloody Angle of Doyers Street, this Chinese eatery with flare and pazzas, takes orders up until 10:45pm and open until 12pm. This is rare especially for Chinatown restaurants which close too early. This two-story spot in serving contemporary Chinese dishes is actually located in a former opera house, making the ambience contemporary with a touch of traditional, much like their plates.
With dishes inspired by the Middle East, Southeast Asia and New Orleans, how could you go wrong with this Gallic experience open as late as 11:30pm on weeknights. This creative restaurant comes from the mind of the Major Food Group, making it a rare piece of deliciousness in Lower East Side. Enjoy a etoufee with mussels or lemongrass-braised chicken! As the NYC Rooftop Bar experts, we know a bit about reservations. We suggest that you book a reservation because this place can get quiet busy!
If you are a meat lover and need to have beef at 11pm, Estela is the late night, NYC eatery for you. Why, you ask. Well, it’s a tapas-style restaurant that serves numerous dishes, including beef at reasonable portions. The mastery of Ignacio Mattos is easily shown through each specialty dish. Water it all down with a classic cocktail or glass of wine and get ready for bed 30 minutes later. This late-night restaurant is open until 11:30pm on Friday and Saturday and 11pm all other days of the week.
By the NYC Rooftop Bar Crawl