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The Weirdest Late-Night Delivery in Town

It’s late. You’re home. And fried Oreos sound like something that should be happening—stat. Since we’re not in the business of asking questions, we’ve decided to just find you five highly unusual dishes that can be delivered to your place after midnight. Don’t go ordering them all at once.

Fried Oreos

Fried Oreos

The provisions: Oreo cookies dipped into batter and fried to a golden, heart-healthy crisp.
You’ve got until: 1am, Friday through Sunday.
Why: You’re out of milk and a vat of hot oil sounds like a completely viable dipping alternative.

Big Pink, 157 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-532-4700

Crack Pie

Crack Pie

The provisions: A slice of salted caramel baked into an oatmeal cookie crust and topped with powered sugar. No, really. It’s just powdered sugar.
You’ve got until: 4am, seven glorious days of the week.
Why: Apple pie just isn’t cutting it anymore.

Lechon Asado

Lechon Asado

The provisions: A slow, oven-roasted pork leg simmering in Cuban mojo sauce.
You’ve got until: 2am, Fridays and Saturdays.
Why: Pork has tryptophan. Tryptophan makes you sleepy. Sleep helps with memory. Memory will help you remember... to not eat that at 2am again. Maybe.

Havana 1957, 405 Española Way, Miami Beach, 305-503-3828, and other area locations

Duck ‘N’ Vanilla Rum French Toast

Duck ‘N’ Vanilla Rum French Toast

The provisions: Thick-cut french toast topped with duck leg confit, a sunny-side-up egg and maple syrup.
You’ve got until: 5am, Fridays and Saturdays. 3am for the rest of the week.
Why: It’s 9am somewhere.

Golden Milk Bubble Tea

Golden Milk Bubble Tea

The provisions: Iced golden milk tea (that’s a winning combo of coconut milk, turmeric, butter and honey) served up with your choice of tapioca, mango or lychee boba.
You’ve got until: 4am, Friday through Sunday.
Why: Because someone’s finally figured out a way for you to drink your butter.

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