Insomniac’s Digest: Late-night eats in Seattle

Where to find some good grub in the wee hours of the night.


Blue cheese fans will also be really excited about the quality of Vindicktive Wings’ dips.

After a night out on the town, the cup of noodles you have sitting in the back of your pantry won’t always cut it.

Here are some of our favorite late-night eats for hungry shadow dwellers.

Vindicktive Wings | 2322 First Ave. | Kitchen closes at 11:30 p.m. on weeknights and 1:30 a.m. on weekends | The still relatively new wing shop is one of the only places in Seattle that claim to do a true New York-style wing.

Spice Bliss | 1520 Broadway | 11 a.m.-3 a.m. daily | The quality of Indian food at this little Capitol Hill takeaway shack is already incredible — but just wait until you take a bite of that butter masala at 2 a.m.

Pizza Ragazzi | 3624 Leary Way NW | 4 p.m.-3 a.m. daily (except Wednesdays) | There’s nothing like a hot mozzarella stick to round out your night on the town.


The Capitol Hill cafe is a Seattle institution for any late night revelers.

Lost Lake Cafe | 1505 10th Ave. | 7 a.m.-12 a.m. Sat.-Tues., 7 a.m.-3 a.m. Wednesday-Friday | Hypothetically, you could eat a Reuben at 2 a.m., go home and nap, and return five hours later for a Lost Lake French toast.

Queen Anne Beer Hall | 203 W. Thomas St. | Kitchen closes at 11:30 p.m. daily | The popular joint offers a special late-night menu featuring soft pretzels and a variety of brats.

New Luck Toy | 5905 California Ave. SW | Kitchen closes at 11 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday | Sometimes you’re just in the mood for half a duck and preserved plum sauce at 10 p.m., okay?

Capitol Hill Ba Bar | 550 12th Ave. | 10 a.m.-12 a.m. daily | Imagine this — you’re having a snuggly movie night with your honey and two bowls of hot pho have just delivered to your door. Does anything sound cozier?

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