Georgia Kral

Georgia Kral

Montclaire, NJ

Georgia Kral has been a professional reporter and editor in New York City and Northern New Jersey for 15 years. Her work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, Esquire, Eater, Dow Jones, amNew York, Slate and Travel & Leisure and Food & Wine. She is also a professor of journalism and communication at Saint Peter's University in Jersey City, NJ. She loves to eat and cook, talk about food, take pictures of food and eat in restaurants and dive bars.

Contributions

Beach Donuts

Beach Donuts, along a sandy section of the Boston Post Road, makes what some consider to be the best donuts in Connecticut. Continue reading Beach Donuts | Roadfood Restaurants

Defonte’s Sandwich Shop

Defonte’s — Brooklyn’s oldest Italian deli — makes what this reviewer considers the best sandwiches in New York City. Continue reading Defonte’s Sandwich Shop | Roadfood Restaurants

Peters’ Bakery

At Peter’s Bakery, a San Jose, California, institution, the specialty is burnt almond cake, a regional favorite. Continue reading Peters’ Bakery | Roadfood Restaurants

Shirley Mae’s Cafe

Shirley Mae’s Cafe is a Louisville institution serving fine fried chicken and side dishes in a true downhome setting. Continue reading Shirley Mae’s Cafe | Roadfood Restaurants

Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, one of the oldest restaurants in New York City, also happens to be a dim sum mecca. Continue reading Nom Wah Tea Parlor | Roadfood Restaurants

Sam’s Restaurant

Sam’s Restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, serves Italian-American, red-sauce joint meals that have made it a neighborhood favorite for decades. Continue reading Sam’s Restaurant | Roadfood Restaurants

Falafel’s Drive-In

San Jose’s memorable roadside drive-in is known for addictive falafel and lusciously creamy hummus. A true neighborhood eatery for all walks of life. Continue reading Falafel’s Drive-In | Roadfood Restaurants

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