Feed the Beast

Series

Feed the Beast

Cities are explored in search of the best open-all-night food spots they have to offer.

Genres

Nonfiction

Cast

Rating

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Year

2013

Season
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Cities are explored in search of the best open-all-night food spots they have to offer, beginning in the series opener with San Francisco, where host Mikey Roe visits a taqueria known for its two-pound burrito, and then hops aboard a Mexican party bus, followed by a trip to Butter for microwaveable and deep-fried concoctions. Also: ginger crab and frog at Yuet Lee in Chinatown; and Portuguese cuisine from the Grubstake.
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A trip to Austin begins with kimchi fries from a food cart, followed by artisan sausage from a place called Frank. Mikey also satisfies his appetite while visiting Sam's Bar-B-Que; and the Magnolia Café.
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Late-night eats in Seattle. Included: fry-bread tacos; a 12-egg omelet with all-you-can-eat hash browns; and a breakfast feast for biscuit lovers.
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After-hours finds in New York City include bacon-wrapped frankfurters; blueberry pancakes; and a plate of halal food served with "magic sauce."
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Late-night eats in Chicago. Included: five pounds of ground meat wrapped in bacon; a greasy cheeseburger; and tender barbecue pork ribs.
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In the first-season finale, Mikey tours his hometown of Los Angeles for the best late-night eats and comes up with lobster pizza, spicy Korean barbecue and custom-made French-dip sandwiches.