Ant George

Ant George


A writer, filmmaker, musician, and live event producer from Southern California, I am passionate about providing entertainment in any way, shape, or form. And whether it’s exploring new foods or returning to tried and true comforts, food is one of the best ways I feel that I, and everyone, can express love.


Alfano’s Pizza : The stuffed pizza of your dreams

The area around Chicago has no shortage of Italian cuisine.  While there is a huge representation of many cultures and cuisines, foods like pizza and sandwiches get a special Chicago touch. The menu at Alfano’s Pizza and Italian Food offers a delectable assortment of some of Chicago’s finest foods. Originally opening in 1958, the Alfano … Continue reading Alfano’s Pizza : The stuffed pizza of your dreams

Hollingshead’s Delicatessen

Sports bars are a special kind of breed of restaurant. Usually loud, crowded, and filled with people at varying levels of drunkenness – the food offerings are ordinarily heavy, fries concoctions that do little more than soak up the liquor being served. But Hollingshead’s Delicatessen is its own special breed – opting to serve delicious … Continue reading Hollingshead’s Delicatessen

Fantastic Café

Spending a day out driving on a warm California summer gets you in the mood for certain foods. For me, I am always jonesing for a classic road-side diner. Not just your average fast-food joint, these restaurants offer nearly everything you can think of: burritos, sandwiches, pastas and salads, and of course – a wide … Continue reading Fantastic Café

The Beignet Spot

Southern Californians are well known for our love of donuts. 24-hour shops and small mom & pop operations pepper every corner and strip mall throughout Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange Counties. Be it decadent maple bars, ginormous apple fritters, or light and fluffy beignets, the donut has cemented its place as a breakfast and snack … Continue reading The Beignet Spot

New York Pizza Department

Pizza is one of those foods that nearly everyone enjoys. Kids love it, teenagers live on it, adults crave it – but while it is a food that is great at bringing people together, it just as easily can tear worlds apart. The “correct” combination of dough, sauce, cheese, and toppings is one of the … Continue reading New York Pizza Department

Goodfellas Cafe

Spending nearly a decade in New Jersey, it was impossible to not fall in love with the diner restaurant model. And whether it’s a hearty breakfast to start the day, or making a quick stop to enjoy a generous lunch or dinner offering, there’s something deeply Americana about diners. The wide assortment of menu offerings, … Continue reading Goodfellas Cafe

More Curry

A taste of north India found in South Corona Continue reading More Curry | Roadfood Restaurants

The Spot

Beautiful beaches, stunning mountains, the glamor of Hollywood. All of these are nearly synonymous with Southern California. But longtime residents know it’s the food that plays such an integral part of our culture. The love of food extends far beyond Angelinos — into the valleys, the mountain ski towns, and the nearly endless beachside communities. … Continue reading The Spot


There’s something about deep fried dough that unites us as a people. Be it beignets or funnel cake, bhaturas or to  the humble doughnut, fried dough, both sweet and savory, is a simple joy  found across nearly every culture in the world. In California, with our heavy Spanish and Mexican influence, the churro is king. … Continue reading Azucanela


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