In New York City, the amount of restaurants is endless. The area around Manhattan College has a lot of off-campus food joints. Right down at the bottom of the hill is Dunkin' Donuts, Subway, Broadway Joe's Pizza, and a Chinese restaurant. There's also Burger King, Jake’s Steakhouse, and a Mexican restaurant. The area near Overlook Manor has another pizza place, Goodfellas Pizza. If you walk down to 238th Street, you have Domino's Pizza, McDonald's, and the Riverdale Diner. A quick subway ride (or a walk, if you dare) to 225th Street takes you to Applebee’s restaurant and another McDonald's. There is also another pizza place around this area. On 231st Street, there's a Kentucky Fried Chicken and a Popeye’s Chicken around the corner, plus some restaurants across the street.
There are more restaurants the farther you get into New York City. Times Square has a lot of restaurants. Washington Heights and Harlem both have some. Plus, you have the Fordham Road section of the Bronx which has a lot of fast food restaurants. This is the beauty of being in New York City—you never have a shortage of things to eat, and in all likelihood, these places will be open until at least midnight.