Late Night Dining in Las Vegas: Restaurants Still Open After a Night of Partying

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Late Night Dining in Las Vegas 2019
If The Peppermill doesn’t get you in a Vegas mood, I don’t know what will

Stayed at the club too long? Lingered after “Last Call,” and the bar kicked you out at 2 AM? Now you’re hungry and while walking back to your hotel room, you noticed that most places are closed!

Fear not– here’s a list of food places & restaurants open late at night in Las Vegas. These late-night dining restaurants will be there for you no matter how long you partied at night (or morning).

I’ll be adding to this list if I think a place is worth it…

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1. The Peppermill Restaurant & Fireside Lounge

24/7 | 2985 Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 | (702) 735 – 4177

If Casino‘s your favorite Vegas movie, and you love old school Vegas, head to The Peppermill Restaurant & Fireside Lounge. This 24/7 diner is one of the restaurants open late at night in Vegas.

This Vegas institution will transport you to the ’70s with its neon-lit, velvet-lined booths.

They have big portions: enough to split between two people.

I take my out-of-town friends here for an experience you can’t find anywhere else (it’s an amazing background for your social-media photos, if that’s your thing).

2. Pho Kim Long

24/7 | 4029 W. SPRING MOUNTAIN RD. LAS VEGAS, NV 89102 | (702) 220 – 3613

This is my favorite Vietnamese restaurant in town.

Pho Kim Long is in Chinatown, so it’s only a quick Lyft or cab ride after a night of clubbing in the Las Vegas strip. According to its website, it’s open 24/7 so it’s there even if you’ve stayed out a little too late.

They are known for their pho: a Vietnamese rice noodle soup. Their broth is always on point. I usually get their Rare Steak Beef Noodle Soup.

If you’re not into pho, they also serve American-style Chinese food like Orange Chicken and Mongolian Beef.

It does get busy: the last time I was there around 9 pm, there was a 30-minute wait.

Lastly, it’s a great place for people-watching since people are still glammed up when they stop to eat here!

The best remedy after a night of indulging. Rare beef soup from Pho Kim Long Las Vegas | Late night dining in Las Vegas 2019
The best remedy after a night of indulging. Rare beef soup from Pho Kim Long.

3. The Henry

24/7 | THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS | 1-877-893-2001

So you’ve danced the night away, and now you’re hungry at 3 AM. You still want to end the night somewhere fancy and don’t mind spending money (it’s Vegas, am I right?).

Enter The Henry, a classy diner inside The Cosmopolitan. I take my out-of-town friends here late at night for the cozy and glam ambiance.

They are best known for comforting breakfast and brunch menu items like eggs benedict or Cinnamon Roll French Toast. 

They are open 24/7, but their menu changes depending on the time of day.

4. Taco Bell Cantina

24/7 | 3717 S. LAS VEGAS BLVD. LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 | (702) 272 – 2422

“But I can eat Taco Bell at home,” you say. Well, Taco Bell Cantina is different: it will be the classiest and hippest Taco Bell you’ve ever been to. In addition to their usual menu items, they have beer on tap, sangria, & a spiked version of their infamous frozen Baja Blast.

You can even buy Taco Bell merchandise!

There’s a live DJ on the second floor, and you can get married there.

Still weary from past experiences? You can watch your food being made in a see-through kitchen.

5. Pin-Up Pizza


So you’ve heard of Secret Pizza, but not Pin-Up pizza? My husband and I like getting pizza from here for its convenient location: it’s right on the Strip right next to the Miracle Mile Shops entrance and Pink’s Hot Dogs.

We like their affordable combo: a humongous pizza slice and a garlic knot.

This is a dependable place to go that’s easy on the budget (filling, too). Their open-air patio is also another great spot to people-watch.

6. Earl of Sandwich


Earl of Sandwich is a great spot if you want something quick, warm & hearty to eat after a night of fun around The Strip.

They carry hot sandwiches, salads, soup or a bowl of oatmeal if you just want something light.

Last, but not the least, they are super affordable, with breakfast sandwiches starting around $4.

Final Thoughts

Contrary to popular belief, not everything in Vegas is open ’til the wee hours of the morning.

Add this list to your itinerary and you’ll be ready the next time someone asks, “Where should we eat?” (no matter what time it is).

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