Here's where to eat late night 

Munchies by Moonlight

Late night eating might as well be considered a form of competitive eating in college, but when you live in a city with such culinary prowess, it's elevated to a whole other level. With so many late night options, it can be tempting to grab a box of Cheez-Its and some Gatorade and call it a night. Don't let snack paralysis get the best of you — check out these popular spots.

Callie's Hot Little Biscuit
476 ½ King St.
(843) 737-5159

Callie's Hot Little Biscuit is a teeny, tiny shop squeezed in between some of the more popular bars on King Street, and serves up freshly-baked buttermilk biscuits that people literally travel across the country for. Lucky for you, they're open and hawking that buttery, flaky goodness from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night. The line often stretches out the door — but if you're looking to treat yoself after a long night out, Callie's is the place to be.

The Kickin' Chicken
337 King St.
(843) 805-5020

The Kickin' Chicken is the late-night food equivalent to your backup bootycall: reliable, a little greasy, and easy to limit your hours of interaction to very late at night. The Kickin' kitchen is open until 2 a.m., and there's nothing like a plate of bobby fries to help counteract the effects of Natty Lite and Jungle Juice.

Platia
595 King St. (usually)

Y'all, we made the mistake of sleeping on late night street vendors until just a few weeks ago, when under the guiding arm of an older, smarter pal, we headed to Platia on the way home. Imagine, a steaming, gourmet gyro stuffed with lamb, onion, and tzatziki, a side of perfectly, deliciously seasoned fries ... hummus and pita bread, a falafel wrap! It's almost too good to be true.

Late Night Window
80 St. Philip St.

There is, somewhere out there, a picture of us crying tears of happiness after getting an extra batch of chicken nuggets free from the City Bistro late night window. For the price of one meal swipe, you can grab a plateful of whatever they happen to be slinging that night. The most price-efficient option, the Late Night Window is there for you in good times and in bad.

The Rarebit
474 King St.
(843) 974-5483
therarebit.com

The Rarebit is open Tues.-Sat. until 2 a.m. And they serve breakfast all.damn.day. We're talking huevos rancheros, belgian waffles, and Geechie Boy Grits any hour you please. And the chicken and waffles? Yeah, that will satisfy any late night craving. Late night eating might as well be considered a form of competitive eating in college, but when you live in a city with such culinary prowess, it's elevated to a whole other level. With so many late night options, it can be tempting to grab a box of Cheez-Its and some Gatorade and call it a night. Don't let snack paralysis get the best of you — check out these popular spots.

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Callie's Hot Little Biscuit
476 ½ King St.
(843) 737-5159

Callie's Hot Little Biscuit is a teeny, tiny shop squeezed in between some of the more popular bars on King Street, and serves up freshly-baked buttermilk biscuits that people literally travel across the country for. Lucky for you, they're open and hawking that buttery, flaky goodness from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night. The line often stretches out the door — but if you're looking to treat yoself after a long night out, Callie's is the place to be.

The Kickin' Chicken
337 King St.
(843) 805-5020

The Kickin' Chicken is the late-night food equivalent to your backup bootycall: reliable, a little greasy, and easy to limit your hours of interaction to very late at night. The Kickin' kitchen is open until 2 a.m., and there's nothing like a plate of bobby fries to help counteract the effects of Natty Lite and Jungle Juice.

Platia
595 King St. (usually)

Y'all, we made the mistake of sleeping on late night street vendors until just a few weeks ago, when under the guiding arm of an older, smarter pal, we headed to Platia on the way home. Imagine, a steaming, gourmet gyro stuffed with lamb, onion, and tzatziki, a side of perfectly, deliciously seasoned fries ... hummus and pita bread, a falafel wrap! It's almost too good to be true.

Late Night Window
80 St. Philip St.

There is, somewhere out there, a picture of us crying tears of happiness after getting an extra batch of chicken nuggets free from the City Bistro late night window. For the price of one meal swipe, you can grab a plateful of whatever they happen to be slinging that night. The most price-efficient option, the Late Night Window is there for you in good times and in bad.


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