Places in Baltimore You Can Get Food 24 Hours
Yes, it’s mostly true that Baltimore shuts down relatively early. What can you do when you’re out late drinking and absolutely must get a bite before bedding down? Check out our roundup of these brave eating establishments that are open 24 hours a day. Have any more to add? Let us know your faves in the comments.
Broadway Diner: Recently featured on Diners, Drive-In and Dives, this Eastwood canteen will let you satisfy your late-night craving with steaks, Italian dishes or even Asian options (6501 Eastern Ave.).
Valentino’s Diner: Out by the Northern Parkway, this eatery’s menu is absurdly lengthy, with plenty of delicious options (6627 Harford Rd.).
Upper Deck Bar & Grill Deli: Cheap food and a huge menu make this Eutaw Street stop perfect for a late night or early morning (34 S. Eutaw St.).
Nautilus Diner: Enjoy seafood snacks and more at this maritime-themed parlor – yeah, we know it’s not in the city, but depending on your hunger pangs, it might be worth the trip (2047 York Rd, Timonium).
IHOP: Yes, these are in the suburbs and yes, it’s a chain, but there’s not much better than eggs or pancakes after a rough night on the town. Note: most locations are open 24 hours on Thursday–Sunday only.
Subway: Even chains make decent drunk food (see above); we’re going with the “something’s better than nothing” philosophy of mid-night snacking. Two B’more outposts have all-day-all-night hours (3233 Saint Paul St. & 31 S Calvert St.).
Royal Farms 111: It’s a convenience store in North Baltimore but who can afford to be picky in the wee hours of the morning? Plenty of chips and other such snackfood (1200 Ponca St.).