7 Marvelous Martinis to Sip On Tonight

Pull up a seat, channel your best James Bond and try one of these South Jersey martinis to shake up your next happy hour.


Harvest Seasonal Grill

400 Route 38, Moorestown
Kick off happy hour with the perfect pairing: vodka and pear. Harvest’s pear martini is made with vodka, Riesling and pear for a sweet way to start the night.


The Melting Pot

584 Route 38 East, Maple Shade
Indulge in a delicious combination of sweet and salty with this twist on a dessert martini. The salted caramel mochatini is a mix of café dark cocoa Patron, salted caramel syrup, Baileys, and half and half that will top off your meal on a sweet note.


The Riverwinds

1075 Riverwinds Drive, West Deptford
Shake up your usual cosmopolitan with a touch of peach when you order the south peach cosmo at The Riverwinds. Absolut citron and Van Gogh peach are combined with lime and cranberry juice for one refreshing specialty drink.


Sea Salt Restaurant

1035 Beach Avenue, Cape May
Make your martini tropical at Sea Salt Restaurant with a mix of coconut rum, pineapple juice and coconut cream – all while you’re steps from the beach!


Carlucci’s Waterfront

876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel
For champagne fans, choose Carlucci’s Bel La Tini. A mix of vodka and rose lime juice is finished off with a splash of bubbly to make it really feel like a celebration.


Seasons 52

2000 Route 28, Cherry Hill
With Seasons 52’s pomegranate margarita martini, you get the best of both worlds. Sip on a mixture of tequila, citrus Patron and pomegranate juice to get the night started.


The Marlton Tavern

65 East Main Street, Marlton
Marlton Tavern brings the magic to South Jersey with its Marlton Magic martini. Splashes of cranberry and pineapple juices are added to grape vodka, cherry vodka and sour mix.


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