Everyone wants to get in on the 14th Street restaurant boom. The Washington Business Journal reports today that a fixture of Adams Morgan, Amsterdam Falafelshop, would be opening its second D.C. location at 1830 14th Street NW.

Falafel and frites at Amsterdam Falafelshop in Adams Morgan, one of Weekend and Going Out Guide readers' favorite eats. (Photo by Jason Berger The Washington Post) Falafel and frites at Amsterdam Falafelshop in Adams Morgan. (Photo by Jason Berger The Washington Post)

A few details have emerged: The new restaurant will offer more seating than the original, and will serve alcohol. It's going into the former Arts@1830 gallery, a stone's throw away from the new Ted's Bulletin, which opened Monday.

There's no word on the restaurant's hours yet, but if it's anything like the first Amsterdam, it will become a fixture for late-night eats on the 14th Street circuit. An opening date is TBA. Until then, where else can you get late-night eats in the neighborhood?

El Centro DF: You can get 2 tacos, a burrito, or a torta for $6 until 2 a.m. Thursday-Saturday.
Taylor Gourmet: One of the few late-night food options that might not make you feel terrible the next morning. Open until 3:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Patty Boom Boom: Find spicy $5 Jamaican patties at the counter here on Friday and Saturday until 3 a.m. and Sunday-Thursday till 2 a.m.
Fast Gourmet: We don't need to re-sing the praises of one of the most storied sandwiches in Washington, the Chivito. Open until 5 a.m.
Ben's Chili Bowl: Washington's most historic drunk food. Open until 2 a.m. Monday-Thursday, 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
JJ's Cheesesteaks: Working your way up to a good hangover? Come here until 4 a.m. on weekends.
Black & Orange: Better-than-average burgers, served until 3 a.m. Thursday and 5 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Stoney's: Late night grilled cheese? Yes, please. Open until 3 a.m. on weekends.
&pizza: Customizable pizzas, served quickly until 2 a.m. Thursday and 3:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday.