Linwood, New Jersey, is a seaside community known as the home of the Pork Island Wildlife Management Area, which features 867 acres of protected habitats (1). This community is well-known for its Coney Island style hot dogs, which are often paired with hand-cut fries. There are many pubs in the area, many of which are Irish-themed. You could try a tall stout and pair it with a meal of freshly caught fried fish or a bowl of New England clam chowder. The city is also the home of several upscale Italian restaurants. These restaurants offer meals with three or more courses, beginning with a bread such as focaccia, followed by soup such as minestrone and an entree such as spaghetti alla carbonara or riso valdostano.