Noca and Crudo Join the Late-Night Lineup

You're out of luck on Sunday and Monday, but there's now a stretch of five consecutive nights where hip local restaurants roll out specials for the late-night crowd.

Noca is the newest of the bunch, with a Wednesday night shindig from 10 p.m. to midnight that debuts tomorrow. 

The special menu features a "noca Dogo" inspired by the Sinaloan hot dog instead of the usual Sonoran dog: a bacon-wrapped Schreiner's dog with jalapeno-avocado foam, chipotle aioli, pickled cabbage, and pico de gallo. (The full menu is pasted on the next page.)

And tonight, Crudo continues its under-the-radar "industry night," with half off the entire menu from 10 p.m. to midnight, as well as a couple of weekly specials.

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights have been accounted for ever since Petite Maison started its popular Staff Meals, showcasing special budget-friendly dishes ($8 to $12) from 10 p.m. to midnight.

In addition, Posh does special stuff from 10 p.m. to midnight on Thursdays, while FnB serves special late night items in addition to its regular menu from 10 p.m. to midnight on Saturdays.

Wednesday December 22

noca Dogo ($5)

Bacon Wrapped Schreiner Dog, Jalapeño Avocado Foam, Chipotle Aioli, Pickled

Cabbage, Pico de Gallo

add shot of Del Maguey "Vida" Mezcal & Can of Four Peaks Sunbru $5

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Arancini ($7)

Guanciale, Scamorza, Pomodoro Sauce

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Caramelized Rapini ($5)

Anson Mills Polenta, Saba

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Moules Frites ($10)

Ingrid's Bouchot Mussels, Chorizo, Garlic, White Wine, Parsley

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Libations

Stolichnaya Drink Specials

Four Peaks Kiltlifter & Sunbru in the Can

Weingut E. & M. Berger Grüner Veltliner & Zweigelt $5 gl

Menu is subject to change due to product availability & Mother Nature

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Michele Laudig
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