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Favorite After-Party Snack?

To me, there's nothing better than getting out of a club at two o'clock in the morning and going to the hot dog vendor waiting outside that slaps cream cheese and carmelized onions on a nice polish sausage in a toasty, chewy hot dog bun.

A good friend of mine always reaches for a top ramen and some thai chili peppers after a long night of partying...

What are your favorite post partying snacks/meals?

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  1. though many years ago, fried kielbasa and eggs with a slice of challah (with butter) at 4am at a place long gone in the East Village of NYC, the Kiev.

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    1. re: eve

      Is the Kiev gone now? I lived in the EV until about 10 years ago and we go back there periodically and while I noted with great dismay last years closing of The 2nd Ave. Deli, I hadn't noticed that Kiev was gone. We still go to Veselka though.

    2. Any thing carb heavy: pizza, a hot dog.

      But the best is Korean soon tofu.

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      1. re: Pei

        Ditto the carb heavy...the first time I got well and truly wasted, I sat down on the floor of my friend's living room and ate an entire bag of hamburger buns.

      2. anything to help soak up the alcohol:

        depending on how early of a start I got, and what is still open:

        chinese food( fried rice, crab rangoons, Governors chicken), a big greasy breakfast at a greasy spoon diner, or last resort even taco bell.

        1. Pizza, both by the slice and pie. A night in Adams Morgan isn't complete without a giant slice of pizza.

          In college it was fried chicken (only place that delivered late night)

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          1. re: viperlush

            That's something I miss about living in D.C. The big slice of pizza. I haven't found anything like that here in L.A.

            My favorite after-party snacks are buffalo fingers with blue cheese dressing, french fries, onion rings, breakfast food, hot dogs, pizza, nachos.

          2. In college in Austin, it was always queso and a dozen tortillas from Taco Cabana. . . only good if you're drunk though.

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            1. re: vktp

              will you share your gravy recipe?