In the city that never sleeps, 24-hour pizza is a godsend for night owls in need of a slice after last call or when the show gets out. From around-the-clock New York pizza spots dishing up old standbys like cheese and pepperoni to the best cheap pizza slingers offering specialty pies into the wee hours, there’s a place for 24-hour NYC revelers to satiate dough cravings well past midnight. Get your fix all night with these 24-hour pizza spots in NYC.
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A no-frills slice you can get any time of day or night in Midtown, it’s a crispy, chewy marinara-plus-cheese situation to tide you over for less than a buck. Sure, you can add toppings for a fee, but this isn’t a fancy-pants pie, so sticking to plain cheese is recommended
Imported green onyx decorates the walls of this offbeat open-all-day pizzeria. Choose from swank toppings—such as duck confit, lobster, truffle oil and caviar—for your pie. Or keep it simple and opt for a $4 white slice or a $3 grandma slice, plus a plethora of specialty pies to satiate post-bar late-night cravings.
Open for 23 and a half hours daily (they take a tiny half-hour break around dawn) , you can rely on Steve’s for a pizza fix well past the witching hour. The large upstairs space is primed for kicking back and spreading out with your slice without feeling rushed along at a kiosk or small counter space.
It can feel like a bit of a pizza desert in these parts, but Fluffy’s shines like a beacon in the night, looking more like a diner than a pizza spot, and offering up plenty of pastries and other eats too. A simple pepperoni slice is $3.25 and goes down easy at the counter.
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Located right at the base of Central Park, 9ten Restaurant serves creative American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You might opt to start your day with a glass of freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit juice ($5.50) before moving on to eggs benedict with smoked salmon ($17) or blueberry-ricotta pancakes ($14). For lunch, choose from a wide variety of sandwiches and salads, like the roasted baby beet and kale salad with goat cheese ($14), the reuben served with french fries ($13.50) or the 9ten burger with bacon jam, caramelized onions, gruyere and a fried egg ($13.50). The dinner menu also a flatbread topped with wild mushrooms, swiss cheese and truffled ricotta ($13), lobster ravioli ($22), chicken souvlaki with french fries ($14.50) and a New York stip steak served with asparagus and sauteed mushrooms ($28). Finish the meal with a slice of strawberry cheesecake ($7) or a tall egg cream ($3.50).
Venue says: “Serving all day breakfast. Come enjoy eggs benedict, pancakes, and our organic egg omelettes!”