New York is the city that never sleeps, and that includes the food scene. After a night of classes or a bar crawl, it is typical to visit your favorite eatery to satisfy any late-night munchies. The most standard bites to grab include pizza and diners.

Below, you will find some of the most frequently visited restaurants for late night snackers. The statistics were gathered by Lyft's data on the most popular pick-up points from 10:00 at night to 4:00 in the morning. If you are craving a load of greasy fries or a slice at an ungodly hour, just know you aren't the only one.

Artichoke Pizza

With 9 locations located around Manhattan and Brooklyn, these slices of pizza are quite the craze. As the name Artichoke Pizza ensues, they are famous for their enormous slices of artichoke pizza topped with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream sauce, mozzarella, and pecorino romano cheese. Trust me on this one, you will not miss the tomato sauce. However, if you do want to be less adventurous (or are just not a fan of artichokes), they have other slices that might be just as delicious. Some of their other varieties include crab pizza, classic Margarita, and Staten Island pizza.

Kellogg's Diner

Kellogg's Diner has been a staple in Williamsburg since 1928. You bet it has been a popular destination for late night eats for 90 years. Their menu is basically a novel, and it has options for all within a quaint establishment. Whether you're craving breakfast items, sandwiches, or one of their Greek specialties, this diner has it at any hour of the day. 

Katz's Delicatessen

Katz's Deli is another old establishment that's popular even at midnight. Located on the Lower East Side, tons of locals and tourists visit the homey, Jewish deli. They are known for their huge sandwiches piled high with pastrami that has been cured for 30 days. The long process is well worth it, and the reason the establishment is so iconic. If you are looking for a less meaty substitute, try out a Knish or Kishka.

Joe's Pizza

Joe's Pizza has a long list of awards next to its name including one of the Top 25 Pizzas in America. The New York restaurant has expanded with 3 more locations in the city, but the Greenwich Village Institution will always hold a special place in Joe, the owner and founder's, heart. This pizza joint has stayed true to its roots and only sells pizza. They have certainly mastered the craft, and it keeps people coming back for more, even if it means in the middle of the night.

Late night eats are easy to come by in NYC, but these are just a few of the most common according to Lyft. It's common to find 24-hour service restaurants. Midnight cravings for pizza, fried foods, and pancakes are real. If you want to join the tons of people who frequent these establishments, you can at least count on a Lyft to pick you up at any hour.