And here are our favorite diners

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Sometimes the greasiest spoon serves the tastiest food. So to suppliment our guide to the best late-night food, GO Brooklyn’s Ben Muessig offers his guide to his favorite 24-hour diners:

Daisy’s Diner

When the bars let out, Fifth Avenue drinkers load up on breakfast food to make up for the meal they will inevitably sleep through.

Daisy’s Diner [452 Fifth Ave. between Ninth and Tenth streets in Park Slope, (718) 788-1438].

Kellogg’s Diner

This recently rehabbed greasy spoon boasts a chrome and neon look that recalls a different era — not unlike the fashions of some of the diner’s hipster patrons.

Kellogg’s Diner [514 Metropolitan Ave. between at Union Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 782-4502].

Fort Hamilton Diner

Hungry Ridgites grub on cheeseburgers with fries, pickles and slaw ($6.95) all day — and all night .

Fort Hamilton Diner [9502 Fourth Ave. at 95th Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 238-5151].

Happy Days Diner

This humble diner is a late night oasis, sating the neighborhood’s insomniacs with servings of simple American grub (but skip the fries).

Happy Days Diner [148 Montague St. between Clinton and Henry streets in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 875-8361].

Updated 5:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

chairman me from bushwick says:
they can slap all the chrome they want on kellogg's... the food still sucks.
Sept. 29, 2009, 11:52 am
WillowStreeter from Brooklyn Heights says:
Happy Days is gross! Once I ordered some French toast and when the waiter delivered it, he spilled the cup of syrup onto the table and just left it there. Yeah, thanks, buddy. Plus, the food is mediocre.
Oct. 20, 2009, 4:59 pm

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