If you find yourself peckish at an unconventional hour, Clover Grill is there to help. After a late night on Bourbon Street, there are plenty of unappealing snacks in the French Quarter-a floppy slice of greasy pizza or a not-so-Lucky Dog from the hot-dog shaped pushcarts parked at every corner. Revelers with a clearer mind head to Clover Grill. The 1930s diner, with its Pepto-Bismol pink walls and vintage Coca-Cola signs, rests a few blocks from Bourbon Street. Its claim to fame is a big burger cooked under a Ford hubcap. If your night has turned into the morning, Clover Grill also serves a breakfast of waffles, biscuits, or omelets. Surrounded by the gay bars of Bourbon Street, Clover Grill welcomes anyone who’s hungry.