"Eastern Carolina After Dark:" Late Night Eateries

"Eastern Carolina After Dark" was in search of late night eateries Thursday. Dave Marcheskie headed to Pitt County to find out what's open in the middle of the night.

Dave also ran into Danielle Patterson. Patterson says, "Well, I was hungry and I wanted some good breakfast food. So, I decided to come to Denny's."

Denny's on Memorial Drive in Greenville serves food around the clock--dishing up grub during the wee hours of the night--when many eatery hot-spots have shut down the stove.

Denny's employee Mary Bechtel says working in the restaurant business overnight is eye opening. "It's all together different people. Kids coming in from partying, servers are different because of the different crowd of people that come in. You see them try to bring in their alcohol, which is not permitted. Of course, they're crazy from being drunk. Some fall down. That kinda stuff."

"Eastern Carolina After Dark" wraps up Friday by checking out a roadside rest stop with quite a history.


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  • by Anonymous on Nov 14, 2009 at 03:51 AM
    We keep the people atDenny's pretty quite. On the whole the people come in and eat and leave. No gangsters here
  • by kane on Nov 13, 2009 at 03:02 PM
    Do we still have to ask why this country has a weight problem?
  • by TruthBTold on Nov 13, 2009 at 07:34 AM
    The only people who are out eating at these early times are cops and gangsters who don't have jobs.
  • by Amen on Nov 12, 2009 at 08:21 PM
    Amen anonymous! The last time we went out after a movie ended at 2am to IHOP, this guy came in barking like a dog very loudly and the server had to continually shush him but throughout our meal and his friends he kept barking and barking trying to act "gangsta".
  • by Anonymous on Nov 12, 2009 at 07:02 PM
    All you're going to find is trouble by eating out after dark in this troubled city.
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