Having a great time catching up with old friends? When the clock turns to 2am and the bars are closed, you may not want to night (or early morning) to end. Standing around in the parking lot shooting the breeze can be weary on the feet and can get quite chilly. So, where can you go to continue the fun? Here are some 24-hour restaurants in OC where you can have somewhere comfortable to sit, eat some amazing food, and continue the fun until you are ready to go home and hit the hay.
6260 Westminster Blvd.
Westminster, CA 92683
Café Westminster has been in business for over 40 years. They serve breakfast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Holidays, rain or shine, Café Westminster will be there to serve up what you are craving. They only use fresh fruits and vegetables for their menu items, nothing frozen. They are conveniently located off the 405 freeway at Westminster Boulevard. As a night owl, you’ll probably be having eggs before the rooster crows.
Taqueria De Anda
308 W. Valencia Dr.
Fullerton, CA 92870
Specializing in tacos and burritos, Taqueria De Anda’s most popular tacos are filled with carne asada and al pastor and make for a great meal. Taqueria De Anda has large burritos meant to satisfy any late night hunger after leaving your favorite watering hole. You can even order up your burrito up “wet” with salsa and cheese. All of their salsas are homemade and add an extra spicy kick to their tacos and burritos. They also use the freshest of ingredients from cilantro to tortillas. Menu items are made in an assembly-line style and Taqueria De Anda has a condiment bar so you can top your tacos “your way” all night long.
BCD Tofu House
9520 Garden Grove Blvd.
Garden Grove, CA 92844
Open since 1999, BCD Tofu House has been serving Soon Tofu to hungry night owls for over 15 years. Hee Sook Lee earned her culinary training at her mother-in-law’s restaurant in South Korea, and now uses her knowledge of Korean cuisine feed hungry customers one at a time. The menu may be focused on Soon Tofu, but there are many other Korean classics and creative options to savor and enjoy like Kimchi Dumplings, Bibimbap, Galbi, Bulgogi and Spicy Raw Crab.
9062 Trask Ave.
Garden Grove, CA 92844
Mae’s Café is your quintessential diner offering cuisine and plates for large appetites. After a late night of liquor and libations, comfort food seems to be the cure for the body and food for the soul. This Garden Grove establishment is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so whatever you are craving, they are serving it. On their breakfast menu, dine on steak and eggs, pancakes, waffles, or omelets, or if you are craving something lighter like a Caesar or cobb salad, they have you covered. If your hunger pains are truly aching, maybe a full-blown dinner like a Porterhouse steak or baby back ribs would hit the spot. And if you have a sweet tooth, Mae’s Café has lots of desserts to choose from like banana split, bread pudding and chocolate cake. There’s definitely something for everyone here.
Harbor House Cafe
16341 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Sunset Beach, CA 90742
Harbor House Café is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They have long been recognized for their friendly service, large portions, and reasonable prices since 1939. Harbor House Café is a scratch kitchen and uses the freshest ingredients. They also have a menu that is crave-able any time of the day or night. Dishes range from breakfast items like steak and eggs, hotcakes and omelets; to lunch time items like half pound burgers, their famous hot crab meat sandwich, or salads. They also offer full on dinner entrees like bone-in ribeye or fried chicken. And like any good diner, they have an array of pies (a la mode if you would like) and gourmet cakes to tempt your sweet tooth.
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