From Martha Stewart Living

Eating breakfast at night feels slightly rebellious, which is probably why it's so much fun. But if you're going to buck tradition, don't just scramble some eggs.  Go full-throttle with indulgent, savory dishes like cheesy baked chilaquiles.  Classic chicken and waffles, or cheddar-and-scallion pancakes with Greek yogurt and bacon -- and swap the coffee for an ice-cold microbrew.