Where to nosh late-night in Seattle

Seattle restaurants are staying up late. Really late. Here's where to go after midnight

Ocho tapas bar

Ocho serves tapas till 1 a.m., but compared to others in Seattle's late-night dining scene, they're an early-bird.

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Café Presse's roast chicken

Café Presse's famed roast chicken takes an hour to prepare, but since this late-night Seattle hangout is open until 2 a.m., go ahead and order.

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Ocho tapas bar

The warm copper-and-wood decor of Ocho tapas bar in Seattle is almost as charming as their sherried mushrooms on toast.

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The Night Kitchen french toast

The chocolate-orange French toast at The Night Kitchen is reserved for Seattle night owls looking to eat between 12:30 and 4 a.m.

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For a city supposedly wired on caffeine, Seattle used to be a tough place to find a solid late-night bite.

Lately, though, the city is waking up, especially on weekends, with restaurants serving full-on meals long after the late movies have let out. (In the case of newcomer Night Kitchen, that means all the way till breakfast time.)

Cheering the trend are artists, night owls, 24/7 techies, and restaurant workers looking for a great meal after their evening shifts.


The Night Kitchen

Late-night hours: 6 p.m. until 9 a.m. (yes, you read that right)

Peso’s Kitchen 

Pike Street Fish Fry

Café Presse 


More: Seattle restaurant guide

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