Best Spots for Late Night Eats -- opinions from locals? [Philly]

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Sadly, I don’t have any trips planned in the near future, but still am curious about your opinions.

Anyone care to chime in on any of these?

Franky Bradley’s potato skins with brisket and horseradish crème fraîche sound pretty damn fine.

How about Varga Bar? Duck confit wings?

The Good King Tavern? Or Royal Tavern’s bacon mac n cheese burger looks crazy, yet enticing…

Until Midnight On Weekends :

  • Brauhaus Schmitz – Cravings for late-night sausage sandwiches are answered here. The links are house-made at this authentic German restaurant and beer hall, where the lunch menu becomes the late-night menu served until midnight every day. 718 South Street, (267) 909-8814, brauhausschmitz.com
  • Bud & Marilyn’s – Chef Marcie Turney’s and Valerie Safran’s fifth and largest restaurant serves retro-American fare and classic drinks befitting a place named after Turney’s grandparents, who opened a restaurant in 1950 in Wisconsin. 1234 Locust Street, (215) 546-2220, budandmarilyns.com
  • Buddakan – Edamame dumplings and chocolate-filled bento boxes are available until midnight at restaurateur Stephen Starr’s ever popular, always glamorous Old City shrine to modern Asian fare. 325 Chestnut Street, (215) 574-9440, buddakan.com
  • The Dandelion – Stephen Starr’s cozy Center City homage to the great British pub serves its full menu of U.K.-inspired favorites: Welsh rarebit, fish and chips, and bangers and mash. 124 S. 18th Street, (215) 558-2500, thedandelionpub.com

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