Food & Drink

Where in Westfield to Get Everything You Need for a Fabulous Holiday Party

December 4, 2012 at 12:56 PM

Planning a holiday party? You could make your first stop The Party Stop. Tables, tents, chairs, linens, glassware, centerpieces, tableware, theatrical costumes, scads of balloons—whatever you may need or want for your party, it’s all there. 

“As soon as you know you’re having a party, let us know,” said owner Bruce Campbell. “It will be a blessing to help you.”

“We provide the best quality party goods, party rentals, party accessories and costumes with the highest level of personal service and friendliness. We even carry a selection of dance floors,” he added.

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The Party Stop, 932 South Avenue W. Call: 908-232-3050. Email:

For refreshments, these popular Westfield spots have everything you need:

Bagel Chateau

This favorite meeting place for breakfast and lunch is always ready to provide platters of food for any and all occasions. Bagel Chateau, 232 South Ave., E. Call: 908-232-1921

Bovella’s Pastry Shoppe 

Cookie platters, specialty cakes, cupcakes, and pastries—Ralph Bencivenga and staff will deliver whatever you need. Bovella's Pastry Shoppe, 101 E. Broad Street. Call: 908-232-4149

Casa di Pizza

Call for an array of pizzas—including some with 7-grain crust—as well as fresh salads, homemade bread, focaccia sandwiches and so much more. Casa di Pizza, 50 Elm Street. Call: 908-654-3232


For chicken prepared any way you choose, eggplant, veal, meatballs, salads, pastas, sandwiches, wraps or any of your favorite Italian dishes, give Cosimo’s a ring. Selections will be plattered and delivered. Cosimo’s 118 E. Broad Street. Call: 908-654-8787.

Feast Catering

Proprietor Stephen Bigmore prepares stunning platters of freshly prepared food for any and all occasions. From soups to salads and whatever else you desire, Feast Catering will fulfill your every need. Feast Catering, 27 Elm Street. Call: 908-654-0045. Website:

Ferraro’s South

Choose from pizza, pasta, lasagna, spaghetti and meatballs, your favorite veal dishes, cold shrimp platters plus shrimp marinara and shrimp Francaise, wraps, sandwiches on focaccia bread and your favorite salads. Ferraro’s is also able to deliver cakes, cookies, soft drinks, beer and wine, plus staff to help you serve it all. Call and ask for Peter to arrange your lovely party or special event: 908-232-1101

Hershey’s Deli

Sandwiches, salads and platters of all kinds. Hershey’s Deli, 221 South Ave. W. Call: 908-233-0430

Jersey Mike’s Subs

Platters, boxes and their famous Jersey Mike’s Subs by the foot. Jersey Mike’s, 144 E. Broad Street. Call: 908-233-6002 

Limani Seafood Grill

See Proprietor George Vastardis for an amazing selection of seafood platters for the holidays. No matter the size of the party or occasion, Vastardis will customize your selections to suit your crowd. Limani Seafood Grill, 235 North Ave., W. Call: 908-233-0052

Manhattan Bagel

When picking up your bagel and cream cheese, ask for a catering menu. Manhattan Bagel, 210 South Ave. W. Call: 908-654-0525.

16 Prospect Wine Bar & Bistro

More than just a wine bar, 16 Prospect offers fantastic catering for the holidays. Order whole turkeys, hams, side dishes, hors d’oeuvres, appetizers and even desserts. 16 Prospect Wine Bar & Bistro, 16 Prospect St. Call: 908-232-7320.

Robert Treat Deli

Holiday parties can easily begin at Robert Treat Deli. Ask about their roasted turkey or ham, hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Open Christmas Eve for pickup. Contact Mary and Jack Kasich for your every need. Robert Treat Deli, 113 Quimby Street. Call: 908-232-0925. Website:    

Shop Rite Liquors

Stop by and see Store Manager James DeLuca for any personal service you may need for the holiday season. Shop Rite Liquors in Westfield has a full selection of gourmet cheeses and crackers, plus wine, beer and, of course, liquors. DeLuca can also help you select delicious gifts and customize your gift basket selections. Shop Rite Liquors, 333 South Ave. E.  Call: 908-232-8700


Sandwiches and salads for any size crowd. Subway, 106 Quimby Street. 908-232-3962.

Westfield Seafood

Vince Bruns, proprietor of Westfield Seafood, said “We’re here for our customers for the holiday season. We’re featuring your favorite seafood, and of course shrimp, shrimp, and more shrimp, either sold by the pound or plattered for your convenience.” Westfield Seafood, 220 South Ave. W. Call: 908-233-3042.


Proprietor Jaime Chaves of Xocolatz is always ready to cater for any and all occasions. From appetizers to passed hors d'oeuvres to sandwiches, salads, an entire meal and even dessert, it can all be delivered.  Just remember, whatever you order will be ready to heat and serve. Xocolatz,  235 Elmer St. Call: 908-232-3962. Click for the complete menu.

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