Have you had to miss happy hour because of the lack of non-alcoholic options? Or are you just simply tired of ordering an iced lemonade at bars? We got you covered. Here are five spots that offer mocktail options — no more FOMO at the next happy hour.
5 mocktail spots
Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room, 1830 Walnut St.
Whisk away to a tropical island with a high tide. The pineapple and citrus notes paired with Thai basil gives the beverage a spicy kick. If you feel like visiting a Parisian city instead, get the verjus spritz with semillon verjus (the juice of unfermented grapes), tonic + soda. Enjoy your mocktail with live music on select nights.
Ça Va, 4149 Pennsylvania Ave.
A rustic-chic lounge, Ça Va is the perfect spot for aesthetic pictures. Hold the Bubs, made with lavender honey, lemon, and bubbles is bound to leave you in good spirits. Looking to add some zest to your life? Opt for The Detour — cinnamon tamarind syrup, lime, ginger + tonic.
La Bodega, 703 Southwest Blvd.
A true tapas experience is not complete without a beverage, and we have the dictionary definition to back us up. Pair your tapas dishes with a virgin sangria or mojito. You can’t go wrong with a cranberry martini mocktail either.
The Town Company, 1228 Baltimore Ave.
Try the Not A Planet, made with ritual gin alternative, passionfruit, orgeat, lime + ginger for an out of this world experience. There’s also Clear Headed, which is made with a rum alternative if gin isn’t your thing.
Parlor, 1707 Locust St.
Although mocktails are not officially on the menu, you can ask your bartender to whip up a mocktail for you. However, if you’re a beer fan, you’ll be faced with a hard as ale decision between two non-alcoholic Athletic Brewing Company selections.
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