Westwood Village, a French Village in New Hampshire, N.H., has a cafe, restaurant and outdoor market

Westwood, New Hampshire’s second-most populous city, has become synonymous with food and foodies.

But it’s not all foodies: In fact, it’s one of the country’s most iconic places for outdoor dining.

Here’s a look at Westwood’s past and present.

Westwood Village is located just south of Concord, New Jersey, on Route 20 in New Bedford, New Bedford County.

It is the second-largest city in New England and the largest city in the U.S.

It’s a French village in the state of New Hampshire.

Westwood is a small town of about 30,000 people in central New Hampshire with just over 3,000 residents.

It has a population of about 25,000.

A small-town charmWestwood has a long and colorful history.

Its population was about 15,000 in 1856 when it was known as the French Village of New England.

In 1863, the town was incorporated as a county in New York, where it was named Westfield.

It grew in size as the population expanded, with the population reaching about 300,000 by the 1920s.

The town has a history of foodies and restaurants.

In 1864, the Town of Westwood was purchased by the Westfield Company, which then purchased the town from the New Bedford county government.

The company was known for making great food and beer and was a major player in the food and beverage industry.

At its peak, the city had more than 7,000 inhabitants and was home to more than 2,200 restaurants and more than 3,100 bars.

“The Westwood Hotel was a popular hotel and bar, with its elegant exterior and a quaint interior,” says the town’s website.

More recently, in 2016, the Westwood Center for the Arts, an arts venue, opened.

It was opened in 2016 to honor the Westwoods, a local nonprofit organization that works to support arts education and culture.

It’s also home to several historic homes, including the Westland Hotel, the former home of the famed Mountaineers football team. 

Westwood’s history is intertwined with the history of New Bedford.

Its first inhabitants were French and Irish immigrants who came to New Bedford in the 1800s.

A large portion of the town is now home to the French- and Irish-American communities.

For generations, Westwood has served as a place for residents to socialize and meet, and it’s known for its thriving local food and entertainment scene.

Its location is also a reminder of New York City, which has a vibrant food scene and a thriving food scene.

Westwood is known for the French cuisine that’s prevalent in the area.

Many restaurants serve the cuisine of the French region, and Westwood boasts a number of French restaurants that cater to the city’s growing French-American population.