A couple of weeks back, a handful of us here at Foodbeast decided to hit Old Town Orange to get our hands on some good old fashion BBQ! Known for its mouth watering dishes and relaxed college atmosphere, Beach Pit Barbeque is one of the many joints you have to eat at when you’re in Old Town Orange. Check it out after the jump!
Last night some of the crew got their pregame on, then cruised over to the annual Orange International Street Fair for some grub and drinks. For three days the city of Orange closes off their beloved circle and turns it into a melting pot of different nationality food booths. I was too distracted from all the random people to eat, so we headed to In-N-Out after leaving, which as you may know is always a solid choice. Check the gallery after the jump.
I rode my bike for the first time in two months after fracturing my ankle, the other day. 30 miles on a track bike, when you haven’t ridden in a while is a killer but it was worth the trip to Omega Burgers in the Orange circle. I was feeling creative and thought I’d do a little food Beast artwork on my tray cover. That place is definitely worth a check out.
There is a secret hidden spot in the Orange circle; a secret hidden sushi spot that noone knows about that sells amazing sushi for super cheap prices. No one can find it. Ok, it’s not a secret at all, actually it’s probably one of the most popular places in the circle. Tokyo Cafe is a godsend. I could rave on and on about how amazing this place is, but instead I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Check out Elie and my business meeting: