Feed the Beast

Feed the Beast

After traveling the country in search of the best late-night eating experience, Mikey's made it to his hometown of Los Angeles. From the French dip at Cole's and the ridiculously hot wings at Dan Sung Sa to ...

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25 Degrees

Inside the iconic Roosevelt Hotel, 25 Degrees is a late-night burger destination, where the burgers are served perfectly medium rare -- 25 degrees is the temperature difference between a medium-rare and a well-done burger.

7000 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

 
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Berri's Pizza Cafe

A quiet little Italian joint by day, by night Berri’s Pizza Café is the club after the club, complete with mood lighting and pumping techno … and oh yeah, awesome pizza.

8412 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048

 
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Cole's

According to local lore, Cole’s claim to fame is inventing the iconic French dip sandwich in 1908. This downtown landmark turns out its classic sandwiches (available with pork, lamb or beef) late into the night.

118 E 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90014

 
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Dan Sung Sa

Through an unmarked door in a dilapidated mini-mall lies Dan Sung Sa. Named after Korea’s very first movie house, the interior is lined with old movie posters and photos of celebrities.

3317 W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90020

 

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