Bella is Italian (Jeannie’s heritage) for “beautiful.” Vida is slang for “life” in Costa Rica. Together, Bella Vida means “beautiful life.” A balanced life of exercise, nutrition, & spiritual health are fundamental to maintain a healthy life. Our prayer for you is that you will achieve this balance of physical and spiritual health and have a “Bella Vida” not just in this life but in your life to come.
Jesus said. . .
“I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly.” John 10:10
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Thank you and we look forward to serving you soon!
“Not expected but amazing!”
Reviewed July 6, 2012 NEW
My family chose this tiny cafe for a restaurant to eat out at. We didn't expect it to be amazing, just sedentary. This restaurant blew my socks away! It had huge variety, great prices, and great atmosphere! The portions were also big and quite filling; everyone had leftovers. One of the dishes were even half priced!
This place was simply amazing, varying from meat to salads to pasta dishes (I never find pasta anywhere and BAM. They had it)
EAT AT THIS PLACE YUM.
“A real find in Cape May!” Reviewed July 5, 2012 NEW
This small cafe was off the beaten path, i.e., not in the shopping area of downtown Cape May but well worth the 5 minutes it takes to drive there. You could walk to it as well and there is also a bakery and artist's galleria in the area. We considered this one of the best places to eat in Cape May and quite reasonable. If you are vegetarian or vegan, they have plenty of options. There are also nightly specials. I had a tempeh Reuben for lunch that was terrific and a pasta with homemade sauce that was fantastic for dinner another evening. The salad dressing was unusual but fresh and very tasty. The servers were all super accommodating and this is one place we could eat at nearly everyday and never eat the same thing twice.
You'll Love the Bella Vida”