Over the Bridge: Eclectic Dining Options at The Exchange in Linwood

When you want to take a short trip over the bridge from Ocean City, The Exchange, located at 2110 New Road in Linwood, offers an eclectic array of dining options under one roof.

Lil Saigon, Ernest and Son, Banzo, The District Bar, Jar’d Coffeehouse + Eatery and Tony’s Baltimore Grill provide plentiful eats to choose from, ranging from Vietnamese fare to Italian favorites. For those seeking Vietnamese culinary delights, Lil Saigon features tempting noodle soup bowls, noodle and rice boxes with your choice of protein, fried spring rolls, scallion pancakes and more. Another eatery, Tony’s Baltimore Grill serves up whole pizzas, pizza by the slice, buffalo wings, chicken tenders and other offerings, plus some enticing specials throughout the week.

Need a caffeine-filled pick-me-up? Jar’d Coffeehouse + Eatery is a must-visit destination, offering made-to-order coffee beverages and culinary menu items, including breakfast and lunch toasts, such as avocado toast and tofu scramble toast, hot bagels, paninis and desserts.

For filling and delectable sandwiches, soups and sides, Ernest and Son will meet all of your needs. Generously-sized burgers, specialty chicken cutlet sandwiches and fresh-from-the-grill items offer filling options.

Plant-based eatery, Banzo, is your go-to spot for healthy, veggie-laden fare. Some of the vegetarian and vegan items gracing the menu include smoothie bowls, the Banzo bowl, featuring baked falafel, grape leaves, skordalia, crunchy cabbage slaw, pickled banana peppers, watermelon radish, pita and dressing, greens and grains bowls, the Banzo gyro and other nutritious offerings.

For the cocktail-sipping crowd, The District Bar offers a wide array of creative libations, along with wines and craft beer. Light bites provide the perfect accompaniment to the drink menu, with truffle fries with garlic aioli, buffalo cauliflower dip with pita and celery, meatball skewers, Banh Mi sandwich and more, providing sensational snacking options.

When you find yourself over the bridge and working up an appetite, The Exchange is an ideal stop for a bite to eat and a cocktail.


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