1. Blue Moon Cafe - Fells Point
Special Hours: Blue Moon closes at 3 p.m. on weekdays, but on the weekends it reopens at 11 p.m. and stays open all night.
Where It Is: 1621 Aliceanna St.
Special Hours: No longer a 24-hour option, Papermoon is open from 7 a.m. to midnight Sundays through Thursdays, and from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Where It Is: 227 W. 29th St.
3. Greg's Bagels - Belvedere
What Makes It Special: Imported from around the world, Greg's selection of smoked fish is second to none. Their bagels consistently rank among the best in the city in reader polls, and Greg's offers unique flavors you won't find anywhere else (cornbread bagel anyone?) The food here is top quality, and the atmosphere is just what you're looking for on a lazy, relaxing Sunday morning.
Where It Is: 519 E. Belvedere Ave.
What Makes It Special: For years at its Roland Park location, and more recently at its second spot inside the Constellation Energy building downtown, Miss Shirley's has delivered southern breakfast and lunch staples worthy of acclaim.
Phone: Inner Harbor: 410-528-5373, Roland Park: 410-889-5272
Where It Is: Inner Harbor: 750 E. Pratt St., Roland Park: 513 W. Cold Spring Lane
Hours: Broadway Diner is open 24 hours a day. It never closes!
Where It Is: 6501 Eastern Ave.
6. Sip and Bite - CantonWhat Makes It Special: Open 24 hours and situated at the corner of Aliceanna and Boston streets, Sip and Bite is the perfect greasy spoon for the post-bar crowd. The food is, frankly, unremarkable, but after a dozen Alabama slammer shots, a plate of scrambled eggs with a generous size of hash browns is just what the doctor ordered.
Hours: Sip and Bite is open 24 hours a day. It never closes!
Where It Is: 2200 Boston St.