Seattle Travel Guide

Find out where to find the best late-night eats in Seattle.


Hotels
Best Western Plus Executive Inn
This affordable hotel is conveniently located in downtown Seattle, with amenities such as a breakfast buffet, fitness center and cocktail lounge.
  • 200 Taylor Avenue North
  • Seattle, WA 98109 US

Best Western Plus Executive Inn

This affordable hotel is conveniently located in downtown Seattle, with amenities such as a breakfast buffet, fitness center and cocktail lounge.
200 Taylor Avenue North Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 206-448-9444

Restaurants & Bars
Biscuit Bitch at Caffe Lieto
This intimate coffee shop by day turns into a haven for quality late-night noshing by night. But you better get here fast if you want to secure a meal -- once the biscuits are gone, the door closes for the night.
  • 1909 1st Avenue
  • Seattle, WA 98101 US

Biscuit Bitch at Caffe Lieto

This intimate coffee shop by day turns into a haven for quality late-night noshing by night. But you better get here fast if you want to secure a meal -- once the biscuits are gone, the door closes for the night.
1909 1st Avenue Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 206-441-7999
Beth’s Cafe
This quintessential greasy spoon has been serving oversized breakfast portions for over 50 years. Open around the clock, Beth’s is always filled with ravenous diners looking to fill up on the supersized meals served here, such as the 12-egg omelet.
  • 7311 Aurora Ave North
  • Seattle, WA 98103 US

Beth’s Cafe

This quintessential greasy spoon has been serving oversized breakfast portions for over 50 years. Open around the clock, Beth’s is always filled with ravenous diners looking to fill up on the supersized meals served here, such as the 12-egg omelet.
7311 Aurora Ave North Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 206-782-5588
Monster Dogs
Known by many locals as home to the best “Seattle Dog” in Capitol Hill, this modest food cart often has long lines after the bars close, with everyone clamoring for a taste of one of their franks loaded with cream cheese and grilled onions.
  • Various Locations
  • Seattle, WA US

Monster Dogs

Known by many locals as home to the best “Seattle Dog” in Capitol Hill, this modest food cart often has long lines after the bars close, with everyone clamoring for a taste of one of their franks loaded with cream cheese and grilled onions.
Various Locations Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 888-571-4447
Off the Rez
Seattle’s first and only Native American food truck serves a unique fusion of Native American and Mexican cuisines. Hungry patrons can’t get enough of their pulled pork Indian tacos!
  • 12th Avenue
  • Seattle, WA 98122 US

Off the Rez

Seattle’s first and only Native American food truck serves a unique fusion of Native American and Mexican cuisines. Hungry patrons can’t get enough of their pulled pork Indian tacos!
12th Avenue Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 206-414-8226
Li’l Woody’s
If you’ve ever dipped your French fries in a milkshake, you understand that this combination of sweet and savory is delicious. Here, it’s listed on the menu as “Crack,” and late-night feasters can’t get enough of it.
  • 1211 Pine Street
  • Seattle, WA 98101 US

Li’l Woody’s

If you’ve ever dipped your French fries in a milkshake, you understand that this combination of sweet and savory is delicious. Here, it’s listed on the menu as “Crack,” and late-night feasters can’t get enough of it.
1211 Pine Street Seattle, WA, US
Phone: +1 206-457-4148

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