Alright foodies, settle down (yes, that’s a nice picture from Blanca, now put the instagram away), we’ve got some important business to discuss: Grubstreet has just released its list of the best late-night eats in New York City. I know, I can feel the rage starting to boil already; you can be assured that one new super-hip place only you know about isn’t on it, and the world needs to know that (*cough* Pork Slope *cough*).
The list does land a few Brooklyn hotspots, specifically Walter Foods (only open til 2?! What is this, Philadelphia?), Fatty Cue, the Meatball Shop (although they might be referring to the Manhattan one), and M Noodle Shop, for dumplingophiles; however, saying that there are only four good late night eats in Brooklyn is like asking someone for directions to that tall building in Manhattan. So, let the call go out: bloggers, nightowls, people who actually know what Le Fooding is, tell us what you think is the best late night snack in King’s County! Could it be the taco truck at Union Pool? Could it be any taco truck, provided you’re shitfaced? Brooklyn Star is open til 2, unless it catches fire again, and if someone doesn’t try to make a stand for the Commodore’s fried chicken I’m gonna start hitting people. Alright, let’s hear what you’ve got Camp Brokelyn: I’m drunk, it’s 1 in the morning [ed note: When he wrote this. Though it is unconfirmed if Kenji is sober at noon] and I’m hungry. Where to?