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Late Night Eats: Get you some 

IT’S 10 p.m. Do you know where your dinner is?

College often means some pretty late nights. Whether that’s due to studying or to partying is up to you. But what do you do when it’s past closing time for most restaurants and you haven’t gotten to eat yet?

Don’t heat up that ramen just yet, friend. There are plenty of places all over town that stay open late enough to feed you into the wee hours:

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Barrelhouse South, 125 W. Congress St. - until 3am, 2am Sunday

Walk up to the FULL window at the back of Barrelhouse and satisfy your cravings without ever leaving the dance floor.

Bayou Café, 14 North Abercorn Ramp - until 3am, 2am Sunday

This River Street fixture has live music seven nights a week in addition to some tasty grub.

Betty Bomber’s, 1108 Bull St. - until 12am, 10pm weekdays

Inside the American Legion building, Betty Bomber’s is like a relic from the past.

B&D Burgers, 209 W. Congress St. & 11108 Abercorn St. - until 12am, 2am weekends

Named for Savannah landmarks like Wormsloe or the Ellis Square, the specialty burgers are to die for, or go rogue and build your own.

Chromatic Dragon, 514 MLK Blvd. - until 2am, 11pm weekdays

Calling all nerds! The food at Chromatic is not only delicious, it’s tailored for anyone with a geeky side. From the Lord of the Wings to Charizard’s Scorching Fire, it’s all tasty.

Churchill’s, 13 W. Bay St. - until 12am, 11pm weekdays

Churchill’s offers both a regular menu and a late night menu. The Black and Tan Onion Rings are the fried version of the classic English brew, so go with that for a most authentic English experience.

Congress Street Social Club, 411 W. Congress St. - until 3am, 2am Sunday

Two words: Failure Bowl. Three more words: Walk-Up Grill. Did we miss anything?

Diplomat, 314 Drayton St. - Friday/Saturday 3am, 8pm weekdays

Conveniently located right next to The Original, the Diplomat is the obvious choice for an elevated palate during the wee hours. Try the Beet Banh Mi or the Thai Chili Beef Sando.

Diner on Abercorn, 7202 Abercorn St. - 24 hours

Hunger hits at all hours. Fortunately, the Diner on Abercorn will help you rock—er, eat—around the clock.

Fancy Parker’s, 222 Drayton St. - 24 hours

Okay, we know it’s actually called Parker’s Market, but nobody will know what you’re talking about if you say that in reference to the Parker’s on Drayton Street. We could write a love letter to Fancy Parker’s hot line alone, but suffice it to say that they truly earned their nickname.

The Grove, 301 W. Congress St. - until 3am Friday/Saturday, midnight on weekdays

Sit high above the City Market crowd on the Grove’s rooftop and enjoy a Grove Salad or a Veggie Burger late into the night.

Hitch, 300 Drayton St. – until 12am

The sister restaurant of Treylor Park, Hitch is spunky and sure to please. Try the Pot Pie or the Patty Melt and wash it down with a nice shot of Fernet.

IHOP, 1800 E. Victory Dr. - 24 hours 

If you don’t get the full stack of pancakes, are you even living?

Kay’s Pizza, 103 W. Congress St. - until 3:30am, Sunday 2am, Monday 4am

The pizzeria formerly known as Sweet Melissa’s is the original late night spot. Generations of partiers have descended upon its hallowed halls for a slice of pizza as big as your face. Legend has it there used to be hardcore shows in the basement.

Kevin Barry’s, 117 W. River St. - until 3am, 2am Sunday

Kevin Barry’s has been named the most authentic Irish pub in the world outside of Ireland. Come see what all the fuss is about over a pint of Guinness.

McDonough’s, 21 E. McDonough St. - until 3am weekdays, 2am weekends  McDonough’s will feed you while you kill it on your absolutely unique rendition of Wagon Wheel.

Prohibition, 125 MLK Blvd.- until 1am

Wander over to Prohibition for some fancy late night grub, like the deviled eggs or the charred wings.

PS Tavern, 11 W. Bay St. - until 3am

It’s known as the Packer Bar of Savannah, but PS Tavern is the spot for anyone to get some good food—okay, fine, Bears fans can come too.

Savannah Smiles, 314 Williamson St. - until 3am, closed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

The dueling pianos aren’t the only thing that’ll make you grin here. The food at Savannah Smiles is classic bar food, from tater tots to chicken nuggets and, for the truly hungry, the Smiles Chicken Parmesan.

Savannah Taphouse, 125 E. Broughton St. - until 2am

The menu at Savannah Taphouse is eclectic, to say the least. Where else could you find mussels, sweet tea fried chicken and a mac and cheese burger occupying the same real estate?

Sorry Charlie’s, 116 W. Congress St. - until 1am

Oysters are an aphrodisiac, and if you’re looking for some late night lovin’, hit up Sorry Charlies to get ‘em five different ways.

Spudnik, 416 W. Broughton St.- open until 3am, Sunday 8pm, Monday and Tuesday 10pm 

Spudnik is a Savannah treasure. Start with a baked potato and add different fixins, like a fried egg or beef chili or even BBQ pork. File under “good when sober, amazing when drunk.”

Treylor Park, 115 E. Bay St. - until 12am

Conveniently located on Bay Street, Treylor Park is a natural stop for some funky food, like the Avocado Fries or the PB&J Chicken Wings.

Waffle House, 7301 Abercorn St. & 1940 E. President St. - 24 hours

Fun fact: FEMA uses Waffle Houses as a metric for determining how bad a storm is. Not even a hurricane can stop Waffle House from serving you, unless it’s a Category 5, in which case why are you at a Waffle House?

The Warehouse, 18 E. River St. - until 3am, Sunday 2am

Count on the Warehouse for cold beer, live music and great food down on the river.

Wet Willie’s, 101 E. River St. & 20 Jefferson St. - until 2am weekends, 1am weekdays

Wet Willie’s is best known for their slushies, in particular the Call-a- Cab. Before you call that cab, make sure you eat something so the cab doesn’t ask you to get out. Try the Na’cho Average Nachos or the Tequila Wings.

Wild Wing Café, 27 Barnard St. - until 2am

When you’re wrapping up your evening, head to Wild Wing for a nice plate of Steel Town Spuds or some wings tossed in your choice of 33 sauces.

The Wormhole, 2307 Bull St. - until 3am 

Whether you’re watching a comedy show, listening to live music, or just hanging out, Wormhole is here to feed you into the wee hours.

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