June 03, 2016
"It's 2 a.m. You're a little drunk. Actually, you're very drunk."
And so begins Philly Foodporn's foray into finding the city's best drunk food joints that stay open late (or early, depending on how you're looking at it) and offer some trek-worthy nosh.
The Philly-foodie-centric website recently debuted an interactive map that points out places the author has admittedly stumbled upon in search of food after an evening of drinking. And, as the author notes, the list is a working project, so suggestions are encouraged.
The map offers a description of the reasons each place made the cut, like Dwight's Southern BarBQue in North Philadelphia, which serves "Flinstone-sized pack of tender bone-on beef ribs with a side of collard greens and mac & cheese" and is open until 2 or 3 a.m. on most nights.
The map also includes David's Mai Lai Wah in Chinatown, where the author recommends ordering the roast duck noodle soup and salt & pepper fried wings. City staples like Jim's Steaks and Little Pete's are also on there.
View the full map below: