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Where to Drink and Eat in Vegas at 2 a.m.

Last updated: September 19, 2018 at 11:57 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants, Nightlife, The Cromwell, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Where to Drink and Eat in Vegas at 2 a.m..

Last call? What’s that?

There’s no official last call in Las Vegas, and even though most businesses eventually close down for at least a few hours at night, there are plenty of ways for night owls to eat, drink and be merry past 2 a.m.

There’s a lot out there, but we’ve rounded up some of our favorites around the Strip so you don’t have to use precious time searching or settling.

Vegas Late Night Eats

Enjoy Vegas late night eats at Gigantour pizza at Pin Up Pizza.

Gigantour pizza at Pin Up Pizza. Sharing is highly recommended. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pin Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood

Pre-dinner drinks leads to pre-club dinner, which in turn leads to post-dinner clubbing. And after all that, doesn’t a big ol’ slice sound heavenly just before you finally hit the sack?

The Rockabilly-inspired Pin Up Pizza is open until 4 a.m. daily and boasts the biggest slices on the Strip. Legit Neapolitan dough and high-quality ingredients from Italy make these slices oh-so-flavorful any time of day, but especially if you want to end the day on a high note.

Late night eats at Alexxa' Bar at Paris Las Vegas

Alexxa’s Bar at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Alexxa’s Bar at Paris Las Vegas

Alexxa’s Bar’s tapas-inspired menu satisfies your palate 24 hours a day. And what goes better with tapas than sangria? Alexxa’s Bar has nine versions of the beloved Spanish libation available by the glass or pitcher.

Gyro platters from The Halal Guys.

Gyro platters from The Halal Guys. Go easy on the hot sauce. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Forum Food Court at Caesars Palace

A great stop for noms after OMNIA Nightclub, this food court is home to several eateries open until 4:30 a.m. on weekends.

You can stop by Di Fara Pizza for a slice made with fresh ingredients and gourmet toppings because hey, you’ve gotta eat good when you’ve been nighttiming. Or hit up Smashburger for a juicy burger with the works on it. Finally, The Halal Guys – which has long has a knack for being a short walk away from popular nightspots in other cities – will make you feel whole again with made-to-order gyros and bowls.

Off The Strip is open all day and brunch starts at 5am

Once a local favorite located far from the Strip, OTS is now shared with visitors from all over. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Off the Strip at The Linq

This ironically named restaurant (it’s a long story) is open all day, so you can feast on some largely Italian-inspired comfort food or grab a few craft brews. Off the Strip’s brunch starts at 5 a.m., which is right in that sweet spot of “way late” and “way early” (especially if you’re planning on hanging out at our next spot). Try the buttermilk country-breaded chicken and waffles. You won’t be disappointed.

Drai's After Hours lounge at The Cromwell

Just don’t try the all-day “pool club – nightclub – after-hours” loop unless you’re really brave or literally immortal. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Drai’s After Hours at The Cromwell

The early bird may get the worm, but if the night owl stays out long enough… does that make it both an early bird and night owl?

We might be getting too philosophical here, but we do know Drai’s After Hours has been an essential late-night spot in Las Vegas since 1997. A lot of things have changed since then, including the addition of Drai’s Beachclub Nightclub for any-time partying, but this basement nightspot at The Cromwell boasts two different music formats across four rooms, full-fledged bottle service and a really sweet mansion-party vibe. And they open at 1 a.m., so when they say after hours – they mean it.

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Taiwanese Beef at Yong Kang Street at Paris Las Vegas.

A few drinks and many songs later, the Taiwanese Beef at Yong Kang Street is just what the doctor ordered. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Yong Kang Street at Paris Las Vegas

If you’ve been partying all night at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop Gardens, you’re probably looking to refuel. Inspired by Taipei’s food scene, the flavors of Taiwan, Hong Kong and China get the spotlight here. Fill up on barbecue, fried rice, dim sum and of course, noodle dishes. Yong Kang Street is open until 3 a.m. daily.

What’s your favorite late-night Vegas hangout?

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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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