You know that hunger pang you get after a long night out on the town and you just cannot fathom the idea of going home for the night before grabbing some grub? Or maybe you ate an early dinner and you are now lying in bed at 2 a.m. wide awake, with an empty fridge and an even emptier stomach. Instead of trying to fight the hunger, head to one of these restaurants open 24 hours a day in southeast Michigan. You won’t be sorry you did!
Duly’s Place in Detroit might be small, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in coney island inspired food. Known for their delicious chili cheese fries that are good no matter what time of night, Duly’s has been a go to spot for Detroiters’ late night cravings for nearly 100 years.
If you’re looking for a good burger, hot fries, and a cold pop anytime of day, look no further than Greene’s Hamburgers. Known for their sliders, Greene’s has been a local favorite since it opened its doors in 1957.
If you’re a night owl and are looking for quality food to satisfy your craving, check out O.W.L. on Woodward in Royal Oak. From nachos to burgers to cinnamon rolls, O.W.L. is definitely going to fill you up in the wee hours of the night… or morning.
If you’re looking for a great takeout place to get your late night food fix solved quick, look no further than Get-n-Go Shawarma in Ferndale. The Mediterranean take-out shop is ready to help late night diners satisfy their hunger with delicious options such as beef shawarma, chicken kabobs, and breakfast pizzas.
After you partake in the Royal Oak nightlife, you’ll probably be looking for a place to satisfy your hunger. Col’s Place on 14 Mile offers an array of food options from their all day breakfast, popular chicken strip pita, gyros, burgers, and other delicious Greek dinner options. The restaurant is open 24 hours Monday through Saturday, but closes at 11 p.m. on Sunday nights. Col’s also has a second location in Madison Heights.