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Yuet Lee

Though drinking late into the night can harm the liver, the brain, and, in more extreme cases, the desire to continue living when you wake up the next morning, another unfortunate side effect is hunger. But since Yuet Lee is open until 3 a.m., last call means the party's just started. While we've never had a bad meal at Yuet Lee, the abalone with chicken over rice or the fresh squid with greens are the kind of dishes that haunt us every morning when the clock strikes 2. Service is no-nonsense and prompt, prices are reasonable, and, best of all, you might spot that cute him-or-her you were chatting up at the Blind Tiger spooning wonton soup at the next table.

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