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______________________________________________________________Cafe Piccante, Edinburgh
Posted by Jaynie33
When you have been turned away from all the clubs along George Street ("No track shoes tonight, mate"), or it's 3am and you're not quite ready to take off your dancing shoes, the only place that's going to make you feel better on the walk home is the disco chippy, officially known as Cafe Piccante. Not only can you get a Bacardi Breezer with your fried pizza and chips, but a DJ is in situe to help you carry on the party. Order the 'Man's Special': burger, chips and a pint.
Cafe Piccante, 19 Broughton Street, 0131 478 7884, www.cafepiccante.com
Google map: tinyurl.com/ylkab94
Posted by FunkyInuit
With comfy sofas, friendly staff and a decadent line in chocolate cake, Kadas in Leeds is definitely a great choice for the late night reveller. Still going strong, after many years in the city, offering Middle Eastern fusion food and a relaxed vibe, Kadas enables the post pub/club go-ers to keep the party going in a less frenetic way. This little piece of Arabian heaven conveniently lives on Crown Street in the centre of the city and stays open until 6am on Friday and Saturday nights. Well worth checking out in the wee hours - there's nothing like a slice of their chocolate or carrot cake to sooth the soul before the trek home after a night out.
3-5 Crown Street, Leeds, LS2 LS2 7DA, 0113 243 3422
Google map: tinyurl.com/yad7pk8
______________________________________________________________The Marathon Bar, Chalk Farm, London
Posted by rubymei
An after-hours kebab/jazz bar, where you drink beer from a can and have a giggle with your mates. Lots of lovely evenings spent listening to jazz amidst the smell of meat fat. Buena onda.
87 Chalk Farm Rd
London, NW1 8AR
020 7485 3814
Google map: tinyurl.com/yh7yp5s
______________________________________________________________Magic Roll, Bristol
Posted by juberry
Without a doubt the best post-pub food ever. There's no where else I'd rather go after a night of drinking. They serve huge tasty wraps filled with a choice of cheeses, meats, hummus, falafel, salads ... the list goes on! The prices are a little steeper than I'd usually spend on late night food but every penny is worth it. The portions are so generous; a medium wrap will satisfy all but the most hungry; and the fillings are delicious. I recommend a lamb and haloumi combination, toasted until it's a warm and melted and then topped off with hot chilli sauce. And the best thing is - I never get post-food guilt as it feels so much healthier than the other options. The temptation is even enough to make me forgo a taxi home so I get to feel virtuous about that too!
3 Queens Row, Triangle South, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1EZwww.magicroll.co.uk
Tel: 0117 922 1435
Google map: tinyurl.com/ybbvmdj
______________________________________________________________Ali Baba's, Leamington Spa
Posted by TunnocksTops
Without a doubt one of the most legendary balti houses in erm, Leamington Spa. Yes you'll proabably be sharing the room with a bunch of merry students from nearby Warwick University but if you're eating chicken jalfrezi at two in the morning, what do you expect? The food is designed to be eaten after a few pints but the atmosphere is brilliant - the staff are endlessly patient, the customers inevitably boisterous and all manner of mischief gets concoted while you munch. Just a really cool place if you're not ready to call it a night yet.
29 Bath St, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV31 3AF, 01926 428596
Posted by mightymoe
This 24-hour diner on the promenade is the city's late-night mecca, with hungry night owls packing the tables from pub closing until the wee hours. As well as the ass-day breakfast, the usual starchy essentials needed to soak up an evening's imdulgence are offered: pizza, burgers, Jacket spuds. In summer the front windows open to allow the sea breeze in. In winter the place fills with the smell of frying and the chatter of party-goers determined to eke out their night on the tiles.
46-48 Kings Roadwww.buddies24hour.net
01273 323 600
Google map: tinyurl.com/ygmqxud