Where to eat after midnight in Miami

Late Night Restaurant Guide


Where to eat after midnight in Miami wearing your most ridiculous costume. 

Halloween weekend is finally here. And we bet there will be a number of you wearing the controversial Squid Game jumpsuit. Others might attempt the Daphne look in Bridgerton. Or a last-minute tracksuit for Tony Soprano. Whatever you decide will probably be ridiculously amusing to watch. And the best part is that once you’re done with your night, you’ll be hungry.

Where do you go, dressed like that without judgment? We’ve got you. Here is our Late Night Restaurant Guide for Halloween weekend.

These spots are where to eat after midnight in Miami. They will be serving sandwiches, arepas, croquetas, and more.


Cuisine: Venezuelan
Neighborhood: Midtown
Address: 3509 NE 2nd Av

La Latina, located in Midtown, is our favorite stop for all things arepa and tequeños and they’re open until 2 AM. We recommend the pelua with shredded beef and cheese or the rumbera with pork and cheese. Make sure you get an order of tequeños or patacones topped with cheese. And don’t skip both salsitas. They have garlic and cilantro aioli that pairs well with all your late-night eats.

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Cuisine: Asian
Neighborhood: Wynwood
Address: 143 NW 23rd St

Wynwood’s Asian food hall is serving food until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday. It also has two bars and a Karaoke room. Just in case you want to slip in a song and one last drink. They also have plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. Stop by for sushi, ramen, poke bowls, bao buns, fried rice, and more.


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Cuisine: Cuban
Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Address: 2542 SW 27th Ave

Mary’s Cafe located next to Mary’s Coin Laundry is one of those rare ventanita finds where parking is easy and free. It’s open 24-hours a day making it your spot for late-night croqueticas and pan con bistec. It also doubles as a convenience store where you can purchase masks, Duracell batteries, Alka-Seltzer, cigarettes, and even some halls. Everything you need to wrap up the night.


Cuisine: American
Address: Various locations

Miami loves Flanigan’s. And what better way to end your night than with some baby back ribs and curly fries. According to their website, these are the seven locations that are open at least until 1 AM: Coconut Grove, Bird Road, Doral, Surfside, Pinecrest, Hialeah, and North Miami.


Cuisine: Pizza shop
Neighborhood: Coral Way
Address: 2437 SW 17th Ave

Sure, we’re not in New York where there’s a slice shop at every corner. But Casola’s is a solid choice when craving late-night pizza. They are open until 1 AM on Friday and Saturday. We’d keep it simple with a cheese or pepperoni pizza. Warning: each slice is bigger than your face.


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Cuisine: Mexican
Address: Various locations

After the tequila sodas, you might need some greasy Mexican food to bring you back to life. El Taquito’s location on Calle Ocho is open until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday. We’re also 98% sure that their Coconut Grove spot is open up later than Google advises. If you happen to be around the neighborhood, stop by for some chicken and cheese quesadillas. The portions are generous and are served with lettuce and sour cream.


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Cuisine: Ramen
Neighborhood: Brickell
Address: 5 SW 11th St

There’s not a lot of ramen shops in Miami. Specifically, ones that open up late. Momi Ramen located in Brickell is ready to serve you a warm brothy bowl of noodles until 2:30 AM on weekends. We’d go with the pork chasu tonkatsu ramen or the takana tonkatsu ramen (if you’re into spicy). Order an extra egg for your ramen and some pan-fried pork gyozas to share.


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Cuisine: Cuban
Neighborhood: Calle Ocho
Address: 3555 SW 8th St

Versailles, Miami’s iconic ventanita is open until 1 AM on Friday and Saturday. Stop by here if you need to wake up with a cortadito. Especially if your night isn’t over yet. Your visit might get political with all the personalities that frequent this ventanita. Just make sure you order some croqueticas or a Cuban sandwich.


Cuisine: Sandwich shop
Address: Various locations

f you need a giant sandwich to keep you tamed after a night out. Stop by La Sandwicherie. They have five locations. Their Brickell, Wynwood, and Miami Beach locations are open until 5 AM. We always get the SOBE club with turkey, brie, avocado, and all the veggie fixins’ on a French baguette. Make sure to get some of their magic sauce. This French vinaigrette needs to be drizzled on every inch of your sandwich.

Where to eat after midnight in Miami