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Late night in Alameda

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I was walking on Park Street last night and noticed to my surprise that the new-ish Scolari's is open until 11 pm Mon-Thurs. and 2:30 am Fridays and Saturdays (or more accurately, Saturday morning and Sunday morning). Since the place is under the same ownership as the bar next door, I'm assuming they are keeping it open to serve (and sober up) their bar clientele. With King of Thai Noodles (open until 1 am) and Penca Azul (formerly La Pinata, still open until 3 am) sleepy Park Street (traffic lights go off at midnight) has become a decent place to look for late night eats.

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La Pinata Restaurant III (now La Penca Azul)
1440 Park St, Alameda, CA 94501

King of Thai Noodle
1635 Park St, Alameda, CA 94501

Scolari's
1303 Park St, Alameda, CA 94501

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  1. Pho Sinh -- 1434 Park Street -- is open late-ish (especially for pho places, which usually close early): Sun-Thurs: 11:00AM - 10:30PM
    Fri-Sat: 11:00AM - 11:30PM

    The Hob Nob --1313 park street -- has a late night menu (until midnight) on Friday/Saturday also.

    1. Walked by Ole's Waffle Shop last night and noted they are now open until 12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Another sign there's demand for late eats on Park Street.

      1. Nation's on Webster - 3am ???

        I really wish Yelp would add "restaurant hours" and "kitchen hours". I'm ignoring places that sound/look like bars because you'd have to call to find out what time the kitchen's open till (like Rooster's).