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Five places to eat after a concert at Jannus Live

For when you’re starving and everything else is closed.

The restaurant choices are plentiful in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, but what about late-night eats after the show is over? Here are some of your best options for eating after 11 p.m.

2nd & Second

The BLT+AE with bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado and egg on grilled sourdough. [EVE EDELHEIT | Times]

The 24-hour diner precisely where its name says it is has classic breakfast staples with slightly upscale twists. The overnight menu also includes burgers, salads and big bites such as meatloaf.

Address: 201 Second Ave. N, St. Petersburg

Phone: (727) 440-4700

Crafty Squirrel

Menu offerings at the Crafty Squirrel include chicken wings, egg rolls, pretzels and pizza. [SCOTT KEELER | Times]

A new entry to the undisputed party block of downtown St. Petersburg between Second and Third streets on Central Avenue is this clubby sports bar of sorts. Its main gimmick is teapot cocktails, but it also serves pizzas, loaded nachos and wings with a choice of six sauces.

Address: 259 Central Ave., St. Petersburg

Phone: (727) 898-4888

Burrito Boarder

The carne asada burrito.

This spot is open till 3:30 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays with a pickup window out front, at which you can watch revelers unwrap their carne asada burrito bombs like it’s Christmas morning.

Address: 17 Third St. N, St. Petersburg

Phone: (727) 209-0202

The Galley

The nautical-themed bar serves a late-night menu every night until 3 a.m., including its popular Cuban and Seven-Grain Grilled Cheese.

Address: 27 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg

Phone: (727) 575-7071

The Grateful Fed Pub

This casual, eclectic eatery and lounge with a hippie slant was designed with night owls in mind. It has late-night indulgences but also healthy food such as red quinoa and a grilled vegetable burrito, all made from scratch. It’s open until 3 a.m. nightly.

Address: 711 Third Ave. S, St. Petersburg

Phone: (727) 394-3408