Bay Area/ San Francisco
Published on August 02, 2014
Your Guide To Late Night Eats On DivisaderoPhoto: Fly Bar
We've all been there. You've got a hamburger craving that just won't quit after a night at the bars. Or perhaps you got stuck at work, your fridge is empty, and Falletti is closed. Our neighborhood's food joints mostly lock their doors and roll their gates shut by 9pm, but there are still a few spots available to cater to those late night munchies.
Little Chihuahua
Pick any night of the week and there's inevitably a line at Little Chihuahua. With their hours extending to 11pm seven days a week, they're the neighborhood's go-to for burritos after the shops are closed. We swung by last Thursday night and true to their word, they were open, with every table taken. Not interested in fighting for a seat? Just give them a call and place an order to go. (292 Divisadero Street)

Fly Bar
If you're craving a cocktail and a pesto chicken pizza, head over to Fly Bar. Although most patrons are solely working on beverages late at night, their kitchen is open until 11pm. As they boast on their site, "The food menu is extensive and the plates are filling." Sounds about right. (762 Divisadero Street)

4505 Burgers & BBQ
Our local barbecue joint is open until 10pm Sunday to Thursday, with an extended closing time of 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Even if the lights are low keep an eye out for their small late night window to fulfill that craving of a big juicy cheeseburger. (705 Divisadero Street)

Bus Stop Pizza
Sometimes nothing quite hits the spot like a greasy, cheesy slice of pizza. Bus Stop's hours are listed until 11pm online, but we've noticed that's not always consistent with reality. Still, it's worth swinging by, and if they're shuttered and dark you can always stroll down to Mythic Pizza in Lower Haight (which is always open until 2am). (256 Divisadero Street)

Chile Pies
Open until 10pm, Chile Pies is the only place in the neighborhood where you can get hot apple pie à la mode within five minutes of walking in. Usually quiet late at night, the staff is friendly and the ice cream is Three Twins. We need not say anything more. (601 Baker Street)

With a kitchen open daily from 5pm to 1am, Ziryab is a lodestone for late-night eaters in the neighborhood. Stop in for a maza sampler with hummus, babaganoush, house made labni yogurt and falafel, and don't miss the grilled pine nut lamb meatballs with house made sheep yogurt. Don't need a nightcap? You might change your mind if you're sitting at Ziryab's bar. (528 Divisadero Street)

The granddaddy of late-night fine dining in San Francisco, Nopa's always packed dining room empties out around midnight, making it an after-work destination for restaurant industry folks and night owls alike. With a kitchen open 'til 1am daily, stop in after bar-hopping for a burger, pork chop or ever-delicious flatbread (their most recent menu showed  one with spicy fennel sausage, English peas, basil and pecorino). (560 Divisadero Street)

Acme Burgerhaus used to reign supreme in this department, but has sadly been shuttered for several months. We've seen some activity through the windows in the past few days, and will keep you updated if they plan to re-open. 

Did we miss anywhere? Where's your favorite place to get a late night snack?