Revolution Glasgow is well-known for its cracking cocktail collection, but did you know its booze-free range is also enough to wet your whistle? From the noo woo to the tropical fizz, this place is a great spot for alcohol-free drinks in Glasgow.
Best Non-Alcoholic Cocktails In Glasgow
Just because you don't drink, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the city's incredible nightlife. And why should you have to put up with a boring glass of pop for the evening? Whether you find yourself in the West End, Merchant City or centre of town, there's a bar serving up all manner of delicious, virgin concoctions. So you can get on the teetotal bandwagon, check out our guide to the best mocktails in Glasgow.
For a delicious cocktail without the next-day headache, head to Bar Soba Merchant City. While in vibrant, quirky surrounds, you can sip creations from its 'soba'd up' selection, which features flavourful beverages such as the Thai lemonade and the no-jito.
On the hunt for Glasgow's best mocktails? Look no further than All Bar One. While primarily known as the purveyor of good times and even better boozy concoctions, this place also rustles up a mean mocktail. Think virgin porn star martinis, pineapple daiquiris and grapefruit collinses.
If you're feeling thirsty for a delicious, non-alcoholic cocktail in Glasgow's city centre, Slug and Lettuce has got your back. Whether you go for the bambini bellini or the apple mojito, you'll likely enjoy it so much that you'll forget it's a teetotal tipple.
Always popular for those who fancy a night out on the town, Missoula in the city centre is a top spot for anyone who's jumped on the wagon. Our favourite is the berry boobtini, which is a mix of strawberry purée, coconut syrup and cranberry juice, topped with whipped cream and a raspberry.
One place that should be top of your list for alcohol-free cocktails in Glasgow is none other than The Ivy. Boasting gorgeous, botanical decor and an extensive menu of teetotal treats, this is a fantastic find for sipping virgin bellinis, cos-no-politans and more.
While not an entirely alcohol-free bar in Glasgow, Hillhead Bookclub does boast quite the mocktail menu. The highlight? It has to be the mocha espresso martini, which is a double shot of coffee, chocolate and vanilla syrup. It's the perfect accompaniment to an evening of Lady Balls bingo, ping pong or dinner.