Fall is certainly here, and the child of winter is just around the corner. This is the time when those of us at Casa Bellisima in New Jersey like to sit around and enjoy a toasty beverage—whether this is a cocktail, or something friendly for the kids, we think this is the perfect time of year to come together and enjoy great food. Check out our list of our favorite beverages for the chilly season!

Cocktails
Like some of the best restaurants in New Jersey, we offer a full bar and drink menu. This includes your standard light beers on tap, as well as a variety of bottled beers. Our imported bottled beers include Peroni, Stella Artois, Bass, Sam Adams, Sam Seasonal, Heineken, Corona, and Guinness.

If you’re more of a wine lover, you’ve found the right place to enjoy a great glass of wine in Andover—we have nearly a hundred unique wines, and our bartenders would be happy to work with you to find the one that fits you best. Whether you love the sparkle of champagne, enjoy the class of chianti, or want a simple white, we have something for you.

Want to make it really fancy? Try our featured cocktails! One of our most popular is the Lady Godiva, with Stoli vodka, Godiva chocolate liquor, Chambord, and white crème de cacao. Our Van Gogh Pomegranate Martini gets its name from the vodka, and is made with fresh lime juice, Pama pomegranate liquor, and Contreau. Of course, if you are more of a “Blushing Lady,” you should try our blushing lady cocktail, mixing Tito’s Gluten Free Vodka, Pama Pomegranate liqueur, and a splash of grapefruit juice.

Our Regular Beverages
We offer sodas, tea, and of course, plenty of hot coffee to stay warm through the winter!

Something Special
Looking for something special for your non-alcoholic friends and family? No problem! Many of our cocktails can be ordered virgin, without any alcohol, making it a fancy, fun drink with no worries.

Ready for something tasty? Stop by Casa Bellisima today to enjoy great food, a wonderful atmosphere, and plenty of beverages to warm you through the winter months.