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So it’s 3 a.m. You’re starving. Do you know where to go?

Would you rather go get some greasy Tex-Mex at La Burrita or eat your third chicken-apple sausage from Top Dog?

The Telegraph Property and Business Improvement District sort of agreed, though not officially, to look into making businesses on the Telegraph Avenue stretch open 24 hours.

That would be pretty awesome. There comes a time in your college career here at Cal when you say, “You know what, we don’t want a burrito or a hot dog anymore.”

We’ve always wondered why, in a college town like Berkeley, there wasn’t anything open at odd hours of the day, like 4:30 a.m.

Al Geyer, founder of the Telegraph Merchants’ Association thinks that Telegraph could be a bustling place at night.

“You could have a place for people who are off late at night. There is evidence that young people would flock to an area (with) coffee shops and computers,” he said.

Telegraph can also be that place where you go when you have those late-night munchies (wink, wink).

Image Source: Michael Kang, Daily Cal
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