Late-Night Bites: 5 Metro Detroit Restaurants for Late-Night Dining

June 27, 2023
Fluffer Nutter sliders from Green Dot Stables

Fluffer Nutter Sliders from Green Dot Stables

We’ve all been in this scenario before: it’s late at night after an event, a game, or a concert and you find yourself hungrier than ever. A quick Internet search leaves you with so few options that aren’t a drive-thru and you’re feeling like all hope is lost. The next time you’re feeling those hunger pangs late at night, you can rely on one of these Metro Detroit restaurants to satisfy your cravings. They’re open late and ready to serve you! 

Green Dot Stables

2200 West Lafayette, Detroit

Green Dot Stables’ kitchen is open until 10pm during the week and 11pm on the weekends. It’s the perfect place to grab a quick bite. Their slider menu offers nearly two dozen different sliders ranging from corned beef to tofu banh mi. They also have a wide variety of salads, fries, and desserts on their menu to fix any late-night cravings you’re having.

Root Beer-Braised Pork Shoulder Slider w/ Dired Cherry BBQ Sauce and House Coleslaw from Green Dot Stables
Root Beer-Braised Pork Shoulder Slider w/ Dired Cherry BBQ Sauce and House Coleslaw from Green Dot Stables

Duly’s Place Coney Island

5458 Vernor Highway, Detroit

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Duly’s Place Coney Island was founded in 1921 by Duly Seit. They are open 24/7 with an affordable menu of simply delicious food. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast or a burger, you can get it at Duly’s. They are constantly being noted as a top spot within the area and the state for good reason. Duly’s is committed not only to serving great food to its customers but also to being a staple in the Detroit community.

Duly's Place Coney Island in Southwest Detroit
Duly’s Place Coney Island, Southwest Detroit

HopCat

Ann Arbor, Detroit, Royal Oak

HopCat is the perfect place to go for late-night eats when you’re looking for variety. They have everything from sandwiches to salads, burgers to tacos. Of course, you have to get a side of their famous Cosmik Fries… and don’t forget the cheese sauce for dipping! Their kitchens are open late; most nights until 11pm and the weekends until midnight. With the perfect relaxing atmosphere, HopCat is a great late-night bite destination. 

Honest Johns

488 Selden Street, Detroit

Honest John’s is open until 2am every single day of the week, making it a reliable spot to satisfy your late-night cravings. Their night owl menu features a mix of breakfast and anytime foods like Belgian waffles, Fruity Pebble french toast, hot corned beef, and fish and chips. They also have options for vegetarians like the black bean Reuben. 

Lafayette Coney Island

118 West Lafayette Boulevard, Detroit

In the endless rivalry between coney dog restaurants, Lafayette Coney Island always stands at the front of the pack. Founded in 1923, they have been a part of the resilience of the city of Detroit and are proud to be a staple of the city. Their most famous item is their coney dogs; smothered in chili and topped with white onion and mustard. If you aren’t in the mood for a coney dog, they also offer burgers and salads. Lafayette is open until midnight during the week and until 2am on the weekends.

Coneys at Lafayette Coney Island, Detroit

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