Feed the Beast: Los Angeles Pictures

After traveling the country in search of the best late-night eating experience, Mikey makes it to his hometown of Los Angeles, where he hunts down spicy wings, gooey pizza and elaborate burgers.
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Mikey Roe tries the super spicy wings at Dan Sung Sa in Koreatown.

The grilled cheese and onion rings at 25 Degrees, a 5-star burger joint that calls the Roosevelt Hotel its home.

The #1 burger at 25 Degrees, with its toasted brioche bun, caramelized onions, 2-cheese blend, Thousand Island dressing, arugula and bacon, is a knockout.

Mikey at Dan Sung Sa, K-town’s greatest pojanmacha — a term that loosely translates to “gastropub”.

Mikey and the Feed the Beast crew look over footage at Berri's Pizza Café, which is a quiet little Italian joint by day, but a veritable club by night – complete with mood lighting and techno music.

The avocado pizza at Berri's Pizza Café, with its thin, crispy-yet-foldable crust and gooey, drippy cheese, is as close to New York pizza as it gets in Hollywood.

A turkey, cheese and pastrami sandwich with a pickle at Cole's, a downtown landmark that turns out its classic sandwiches (with pork, lamb or beef) late into the night.

The oldest pub in the city, Cole’s is also the only place serving up a French dip until 2 a.m.

You can’t go wrong with a grilled cheese late at night -- especially this grilled cheese with barbecue sauce at Cole's.

Mikey happens upon the San Gennaro Italian Festival on the corner of Hollywood and Highland, where he finds some authentic meatballs and ravioli.