Dry January Bars in London

If you're ditching the booze to take part in Dry January this year, we realise it can be a tough feat to resist that swift after work pint or quick glass of red with your dinner. But taking part doesn't mean you can't enjoy a trip down to the pub: there's plenty of fantastic places serving up non-alcoholic cocktails in London for you to sample, so check out our list of the best London bars for Dry January and get yourself along to one pronto!

Lunch Special

While a roaring beer hall may not be your first port of call during Dry January, the team at Bierschenke are offering an alternative night out for those taking the teetotal plunge. Making it as easy as possible to stay on the wagon, they've introduced the zero alcohol Kormbacher Pilsner to their menu, whilst continuing to serve up bottles of the booze-free Paulaner. Prost.


If you want to eat without splashing into some red wine, try Drake and Morgan at King's Cross. While feasting on their delicious food, dive into their playful mocktails, such as the Coriander Spice, made from chilli, fresh apple, elderflower, and a healthy dose of coriander - strong enough to knock you off your feet without any of the wobbly stuff. 

The Exhibit

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The Exhibit is your chance to get your boozy friends to an ostensibly sober activity: cinema! They have movie screenings in the Balham bar, but also alcohol for those not really looking for a Dry January bar in London. But for you, brave sober one, there's a selection of mocktails for you to enjoy, such as the appetising Fresh Berry Mockito.

Be At One Shoreditch

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In terms of variety, Be At One offers is surely the place to snap up the best non-alcoholic cocktails in London. Nestled amongst the 28-page drinks menu is a plethora of inexpensive yet equally creative non-alcoholic tipples. To hammer it home to your alcohol drinking pals, have a sip of the 'On the Wagon', made from strawberry, banana, coconut cream, and more. 


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One of the best bars in the world are an obvious candidate as one of the best London Dry January bars. There's a selection of homemade, alcohol free beverages like their Galangal Beer or Tamarind Soda, but the best way to rid those Dry January blues is their bespoke mocktails. Pick a few ingredients – ask if you don't trust yourself – and get the mocktail of your dreams.