We know when last call comes around you’ll be looking for something delicious to curb your hunger. Where do you go? Well, we went out on your behalf and explored the city’s late night food offerings and narrowed it down to the top five spots.

1. Mootz Pizzeria

Sunday – Thursday until 10 p.m., Friday + Saturday until 3 a.m.

Pizza may be the most quintessential late-night food ever.  So, go to Mootz Side Hustle and grab one of the largest slices you’ve ever seen and enjoy each bite until it’s eventually gone.  They have an amazing variety of pizzas that all look delicious making it very hard to pick just one slice…so plan on a few.

2. Checker Bar

Every night until 2 a.m.

Let’s be honest, we know exactly why you need late night food and a big juicy burger from Checker Bar and it is the right choice.  Sink your teeth into their toasted sesame buns and beef patties and you’ll find yourself in heaven.

Hot Taco

3. Hot Taco

Every night until 2 a.m.

A late-night taco is the best kind of taco.  Spice up your evening at Hot Taco behind The Fox Theater to warm your soul with some tasty Mexican options.  Whether it’s a taco or just some chips with salsa or queso, Hot Taco will fulfill your night-snack needs.

4. Lafayette Coney Island

Sunday – Thursday until 3 a.m., Friday + Saturday until 4 a.m.

Late-night food should be simple and what could be simple than a good ol’ Coney?  Lafayette Coney Island is a Detroit staple, it’s been around forever, and it has your back tonight.  With Emerson’s Haberdashery owner, Charley Marcuse’s, seal of approval, you can’t go wrong here.

Lafayette Coney Island

5. Standby

Every night until 2 a.m.

For a slightly classier, more unique evening grub location, head over to Standby for locally-sourced cuisine.  Located in The Belt, there’s a good chance you’ll already be nearby with all the great night life spots down that alley.  So, stop in for food and consider extending the night with another cocktail.