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January/February Late Night Dining Guide


Updated October 2018 – All information and specials contained in this guide is subject to change and may be discontinued without notice. Email us at if any information is no longer correct. Please drink responsibly.

The Jasper

3113 W. Cary St. |

You know that hunger you get when you’re enjoying a refreshing, finely crafted cocktail? You don’t want a full meal, just something to snack on while you savor your drink? Well, that’s what you’ll find at The Jasper, the city’s hottest new bar. The cocktails are the main attraction, but there are plenty of small plates and cool snack foods, including potato chips with French onion dip. You can order off the menu right up ‘til closing time, which is 2 a.m. seven nights a week.

Lalo’s Cocina Bar & Grill

2617 W. Broad St. | 804-351-8602

Discover all your Mexican favorites, including Lalo’s own homemade chorizo and authentic soft tacos at this popular Boulevard-area restaurant. The wrap-around bar is one of the coolest (and hottest) in town. The Cocina is open ‘til 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. And that includes the cocina (the kitchen), which stays open, serving your favorite dishes right up ‘til closing time.

My Noodle and Bar

1600 Monument Ave. | 804-308-1613;

Authentic Thai dishes and appetizers in a fun “underground” setting. My Noodle is open ‘til 2 a.m. Friday–Sunday nights. The rest of the week they close at midnight. The kitchen is open ‘til midnight every day.

The Pizza Place

1731 E. Main St. | 804-343-1300

Looking for authentic, hand-tossed NY-style pizza…after midnight? This is the place to come. The pizzas are served on Tuesday through Sunday ‘til 3 a.m. (They tell me that sometimes they’re open as late as 4 or 4:30 a.m. on the weekends). Order your favorite slice or whole pizza up until closing time.

Poe’s Pub

2706 E. Main St. | 804-648-2120

Got a late-night hankering for some delicious corned beef and cabbage or a home-style meatloaf. Then do what many of the locals do. Head for Poe’s. Great burgers, sandwiches and salads are served along with cold beer and your favorite cocktails. Poe’s is open ‘til 2 am every night except Sunday and Monday. The kitchen closes at 11 p.m. weeknights and at midnight on weekends.


2727 W. Broad St. | 804-367-4992

Sabai brings authentic Thai street food to the streets of Richmond…Broad Street to be exact. In addition to the food, Sabai offers a lively bar scene. The restaurant is open until 2 a.m. every night and the kitchen doesn’t close until 1:30 a.m.

Station 2

2016 E. Main St. | 804-249-4702

Enjoy a wide selection of starters, gourmet burgers and an extensive beer list late into the night. This laid-back Shockoe Bottom hot spot is open ‘til 2 a.m. seven days a week. Order anything from the menu up into 1 a.m. On Monday nights, appetizers are half-priced from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m.

Weezie’s Kitchen

3123 W. Cary St. | 804-726-1270

Feast on sensational starters, such as seared Ahi tuna and sliders, along with salads and entrees in this cozy Carytown restaurant and bar. Weezie’s is open until 2 a.m. seven nights a week. The kitchen doesn’t close until 1 a.m.

Ashley Jefferson is the editor-in-chief of River City Style. She currently lives in the Arts District with her fiance, and her Maltese-mix named Asha.

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