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Quiet those cravings at some of Orlando's best late-night eating spots 

A night of clubbing is guaranteed to give you a big appetite in the wee hours of the night. Luckily, Orlando has some restaurants in different neighborhoods with late night hours to satisfy your post-party needs. Or if you and a date just happen to be looking for someplace to go past 11 p.m., this list has also got you covered.

Gringos Locos

2406 E. Robinson St. and 22 E. Washington St.;

A short walk from downtown or Milk District bars, Gringos Locos offers up the tacos and burritos you may need after a night of drinking and dancing. You'll see the line extends out the door of the tiny space on Robinson, and it's also hopping downtown. Both locations close at 3 a.m.

Graffiti Junktion

Multiple locations,

Any location of this laid-back bar can be your hangout until the wee hours if you've got a hankering for burgers and beer. Open until 2 a.m. Tako Cheena

932 N. Mills Ave.,

Serving up a fusion of tacos and empanadas with Asian-inspired fillings, Tako Cheena services the Mills 50 bar crowd with consistently yummy late-night eats. It closes at 1 a.m. most days and 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria

67 N. Bumby Ave.,

If you're in the mood to spend weekend nights awake with some good tea (or an overstuffed sandwich) at arm's length, head to Pom Pom's. It's open until 10 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 5 a.m. on Thursday, midnight on Friday, and 24 hours on Saturday.

Oblivion Taproom

5101 E. Colonial Drive,

Oblivion Taproom has 40 beers on tap, a relaxed ambience and a big menu of American gastropub options. Closes at midnight most days, 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Hotto Potto

1700 N. Semoran Blvd.,

If you need that warm hot pot of goodness late at night, Hotto Potto on Semoran has got you covered. Closes at 2 a.m. most days, 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and midnight on Sunday.

Junior Colombian Burger

Multiple locations,

There's nothing quite like a Colombian burger with all the savory fillings. Luckily for us, Junior Colombian Burger is open late in case we ever get that craving past midnight. Closes at 3 a.m. most days, 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 3 a.m. on Sundays.

World of Beer Downtown

431 E. Central Blvd.,

Located on Lake Eola Park, WOB is a staple in the late-night Orlando bar scene. With indoor and outdoor seating, you can soak in the heart of Orlando over unique craft beers and snacks. Closes at 1 a.m. Sunday through Wednesday, and 2 a.m. on Thursday through Saturday.

Izziban Sushi and Korean BBQ

5310 E. Colonial Drive,

Yummy Korean BBQ, which you'll crave after your first tasting, is available until 2 a.m. at this spot on East Colonial. (Their Sand Lake location closes earlier.)

Venezuelan Burger

6316 International Drive,

For a consistent late-night option, the new I-Drive location promises Venezuelan burger heaven, along with those irresistible arepas that are famous for good reason. Closes at 2 a.m. most days, 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Beth's Burger Bar

24 E. Washington St.,

Beth's cheery joints let you customize your burger with impressive topping choices, including egg, sauerkraut, and even peanut butter sauce, and prices are throwback-low. They have a nice beer and wine selection, too. The downtown location is open until midnight Sunday-Tuesday, and until 3 a.m. the rest of the week.

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