Dry January Bars
If you're ditching the booze to take part in Dry January this year, we realise it can be a tough feat of endurance to resist that swift after work pint or quick glass of red with your dinner. But if you think that taking part means you can't enjoy a trip down to the pub, think again! 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 bars for Dry January and get yourself along to one pronto!
Last updated on 15th May 2016
A stylish lounge bar and dashing retreat from the bustle of London life, Anise is a top notch spot for non-alcoholic cocktails in London. Coming in at just £4.75, guests can gorge to their heart's content on mocktails, including the likes of their Raspberry Cooler, Basil Lemonade and Goji Berry Iced Tea.
Dry January doesn't have to be all about mocktails you know, how about some alcohol free beers in London for this booze-free month instead? Boasting an alcohol and wheat free beer in the shape of their Erdinger Alkoholfrei, sip on a cold one without the fuss of a hangover afterwards.
Non-alcoholic cocktails at this Soho retreat include the classic Batida with condensed milk, coconut and lime as well as Aqua Fresca, a South American staple filled with your choice of either melon or pineapple for a citrus kick. These delicious options come with your wallet in mind too, one can be yours for just £4.
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 non-alcoholic tipples featuring both mocktails and milkshakes. Check out the Honkin Don Logan, crammed full of fresh banana, cinnamon, honey roast nuts and ice cream. And its only £3!
Noted for their unique cocktails and world renowned bartenders, it's no wonder that Shaker&Company can whip up a mean mocktail this January in London. For a dose of the delicious, why not try their Sweet Home Alabama with tea infused peach syrup for just £5, and booze free.
A liquid haven in the heart of Clapham, those of you steering clear of the booze this month will like what SO.UK have to boast. A roster of well-thought out mocktails sits alongside regular cocktails as though there were never a difference between them at all, trust us, you can barely notice, so keep an eye out for that Mocktails title.
Serving up a must try selection of mocktails in London, Salvatore's Bar is a decadent haven for those cracking the whip on cocktails this month. Alcohol free and artfully made in a truly dashing Mayfair setting, tuck into the likes Bellini's, a Bachelor Negroni and more, all VERY guilt free.
Cavorting in Kensington doesn't need to come with the price of a hangover, not where Buddha Bar is considered anyway. Knocking up a top selection of mocktails in London, those of your going alcohol free this January can drink down the likes of a Shiso Sunrise, Momo, Budu and more for an eclectic and Eastern inspired mix of booze-free drinks.
While they Mexican morsels are a must-try upstairs, it's downstairs in the cocktail bar where Wahaca shine. Helping you off the alcohol this January i London, Wahaca's Soho spot is brimming with mocktails to get you through the night. From a Passion Fruit and Hibiscus Cooler to Virgin Mojitos, your favourite flavours shine here.
The drinks needn't be cheeky to go tiki this month; while you may be off the alcohol, you can still visit some of the most unique bars in the city for a mocktail in London to remember. Boasting South Pacific flavours, non-alcoholic cocktails and a damn delicious No Tai Mai Tai, Trader Vic's are knocking up a mocktail storm.
While there may only be three mocktails on the menu at 68 and Boston, it's quality over quantity at this slap up joint. A must-try destination for those tucking in Dry January in London, guests can enjoy the likes of a Faux Collins or a Pineapple Upside Down Cake cocktails, all alcohol free and only £6.50
Coming up trumps on the non-alcoholic front in the City of London is Indian eatery and lounge bar, Mint Leaf. Rustling up booze-free favourites, those looking for a guilt-free January can enjoy an Apple Mojito, their Peach Passion, a zingy Fruit Cup cocktail and more.
The beauty of going booze free this January in London? That some of the coolest and most unique bars in town are still craving to cater. One of the most unusual destinations in the city, go sub-zero at Ice Bar and enjoy an alcohol free mocktail, complete with ice cube cup.