New Jersey is such a melting pot of food culture, and it really makes it one of the most unique places to call home.

We've got a great mix of Italian, Chinese, and Mexican, restaurants as well as amazing seafood restaurants, and mom-and-pop hole-in-the-wall spots.

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There's always somewhere new, fun, and interesting to check out when you're looking for a good meal.

Granted, if you've lived in Jersey for any stretch of time you already knew this!

But if you had to pick one neighborhood, in particular, to call the best in the state for food and foodies, would you even be able to come up with an answer?

Photo by Eaters Collective on Unsplash
Photo by Eaters Collective on Unsplash

I've been thinking about this for a while, and honestly, I'm coming up blank.

Every town in Jersey has its own unique feel, vibe, and food scene that makes it stand out so picking out one town does seem like a hefty challenge.

That being said, the experts at Love Food set out to do just that, and have come up with Jersey's best neighborhood for food.

What Is The Best Food Neighborhood In New Jersey?

It's an area of New Jersey that regularly makes headlines for a few of its restaurants, particularly a cheesesteak spot. 

However, this isn't an area of Jersey I'd travel to regularly.

According to Love Food, the best neighborhood in New Jersey for food and foodies is Haddon Avenue, in Collingswood New Jersey in Camden County.

Photo Credit: Google Maps
Photo Credit: Google Maps

Haddon Avenue does in fact have a ton of great little restaurants lining the street like Bistro De Marino, Dragon House, and Big Joes Backyard BBQ.

But I do think that singling out just one neighborhood in Jersey as the best for food is still impossible especially when there are places like Asbury Park, Red Bank, and Toms River all of which have great food.

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