Late Night Eats: A Guide

. November 8, 2018.

Whether you’ re just getting home from a night out with friends or you’ve been in the library for eight hours straight cramming for that final, sometimes you get that special craving at midnight that toaster oven pizza just won’t satisfy. Check out these local favorites to satisfy those munchies.

Blue Tractor BBQ & Brewery

Until midnight Sunday-Wednesday
2am Thursday-Saturday

207 E Washington St
734-222-4095 |

Conor O’Neill’s

Kitchen open until midnight Friday & Saturday
10pm Sunday-Thursday

318 S Main St
734-665-2968 |


Until 11pm Monday-Wednesday
Midnight Thursday
2am Friday-Saturday
Closed Sunday

312 S Main St
734-222-0202 |

Mr. Spots

Until midnight Sunday-Thursday
1am Friday-Saturday

808 S State St
734-747-7768 |

Smoke’s Poutinerie

Until 11pm Sunday
2am Monday-Wednesday
3am Thursday-Saturday

1300 S University Ave
734-408-1350 |

KOSMO’S Bop Shop

Closed Sunday-Monday
Until midnight Tuesday-Thursday
4am Friday-Saturday

308 S Ashley St
734-369-4767 |

Frita Batidos

Until 11pm Sunday-Wednesday
Until midnight Thursday-Saturday

117 W Washington St
734-761-2882 |

Tomukun Noodle Bar

Open until 1am Friday & Saturday
10pm Sunday-Thursday

505 E Liberty St, #200
734-995-8668 |

Heidelberg Restaurant

Open until 2am daily

215 N Main St
734-663-7758 |

Hunter House Hamburgers

Until 3am Thursday-Saturday
Closed Sunday
Until 11pm Monday-Wednesday

609 E William St
734-368-9592 |

Rod’s Diner

3am Friday & Saturday
Midnight Sunday-Thursday

812 S State St
734-769-5650 | “Rod’s Diner” on Facebook

BTB Burrito

Until 4am Daily

810 S State St
734-222-4822 |

New York Pizza Depot

Until 4am Daily

605 E William St
734-366-1357 |

Pizza House

Until 4am Daily

618 Church St
734-995-5095 |

Fleetwood Diner

Open 24 hours

300 S Ashley St
734-995-5502 |

Haymaker Public House

Midnight Friday-Saturday
10pm Sunday-Thursday

203 E Washington St
734-997-5399 |


Closed Sunday-Monday
2am Tuesday-Saturday

1140 S University Ave
734-222-3715 |

Pancheros Mexican Grill

2am Sunday-Wednesday
3am Thursday-Saturday

1208 S University Ave
734-996-9580 |

Session Room

Closed Monday
11pm Tuesday-Thursday
Midnight Friday-Saturday
10pm Sunday

3685 Jackson Rd
734-585-7300 |


2am daily

207 N Main St
734-263-1296 |

Pretzel Bell

Midnight Sunday-Thursday
2am Friday & Saturday

226 S Main St
734-994-2773 |

Jimmy John’s

3am Sunday-Wednesday
4am Thursday-Saturday

342 S State St | 734-222-7000
1207 S University Ave | 734-827-2600
929 E Ann St | 734-913-9200
600 Packard St | 734-741-9200

The Ravens Club

1am Sunday-Wednesday
2am Thursday-Saturday

207 S Main St
734-214-0400 |

Tio’s Resaurant

2am Daily

401 E Liberty St
734-761-6650 |

Old German

Midnight Sunday-Wed
2am Thursday-Saturday

120 W Washington St
734-741-7554 |

Good Time Charleys

2am daily

1140 S University Ave
734-668-8411 |

Brown Jug

2am daily

1204 S University Ave
734-761-3355 |

The Blue Leprechaun

2am daily

1220 S University Ave
734-665-7777 |

Reece’s Red Hot Weenies

Closed Sunday
3am Monday-Saturday

219 S Main St | 313-742-6496


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