9 of our favorite late-night dishes on Buford Highway

For when that 4 a.m. hankering for Korean barbecue hits

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It’s almost midnight, and you still haven’t reached the caloric breaking point? Fortunately, BuHi never shuts down. Though a few spots on this grid close at 12 a.m., you can hit up Bo Bo Garden, La Pastorcita, and El Rey del Taco ’til 2 a.m. on the weekends, Hae Woon Dae ’til a ridiculous 6 a.m. most nights, and Pho24, well, whenever. Of course, once 6 a.m. rolls around, the Barrera family will be opening Panaderia del Valle, which means it’s time to start (eating) anew.

Photography by Ben Rollins

Meaty

 

Nachos

Nachos
La Pastorcita
Mexican

 

Parrillada

Parrillada
One of our 75 Best Restaurants
El Rey del Taco
Mexican

 

Ssaeng deung sim (ribeye)

Ssaeng deung sim (ribeye)
Han Il Kwan
Korean

Fried

 

Fried Hong Kong–style lobster

Fried Hong Kong–style lobster
Bo Bo Garden
Chinese

 

Salt-and-pepper chicken nuggets

Salt-and-pepper chicken nuggets
Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe
East Asian

 

Fried crab in hot spicy sauce

Fried crab in hot spicy sauce
Yummy Spicy
Sichuan

Soups

 

Cod fish soupCod fish soup
Hae Woon Dae
Korean

 

Mixed vegetable with curry hot pot

Mixed vegetable with curry hot pot
Dim Sum Heaven
Chinese

 

Pho with tai (tender beef) and gau (fat brisket)

Pho with tai (tender beef) and gau (fat brisket)
Pho24
Vietnamese

This article appears in our October 2019 issue.

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