Twenty Something: After the Party

Done partying and still hungry? These late night eateries are at your service, even at 3AM.
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It’s Friday night. You and your eight-person entourage have just left H St.’s Rock N Roll hotel and you’re drunk off life, STARVING and in no hurry to go home. Before heading into that soggy, dilapidated fast-food restaurant, walk a little further down to Taylor’s (Taylor Gourmet that is). The barely four year old restaurant chain that’s quickly gaining popularity with DC’s hip, young professional crowd, offers fresh Italian style hoagies and a host of other delicious side dishes. (I love their fried ravioli!). It’s the perfect after party spot for those nights you never want to end.

Taylor Gourmet

1116 H Street NE, Washington DC 20002, Friday and Saturday 11am-3:30am, Sunday 11am- 9pm

Taylor’s roast pork sandwhich

*Check out their website for more locations!

Tryst, the perfect after hours date spot)

Tryst

2459 18th Street NW, Washington DC 20009

Open till 2am on Thursdays, 3am Friday and Saturdays

A District favorite, the popular adult coffee shop is open till 3am on the weekends and till midnight on Sundays (for that last weekend hoorah before starting the dreaded workweek).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Diner, Open All Day Everyday

 

 

The Diner

2453 18th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

Open 24/7

With a classic American menu, The Diner offers daily specials and boasts a stocked bar that’s sure to keep the party going literally all night long.

You’re welcome Twenty Somethings!

Ursula Lauriston is the author of Twenty Something, a social diary blog where she sounds off weekly on dating, D.C nightlife and events, career etiquette, and more. During the day, Ursula stays in step with the pulse of DC with her work as a Communications Specialist at a noteable nonprofit. Follow me on Twitter.

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