Non-Alcoholic Cocktails in Manchester

Going out isn't all about the booze and these bars understand that the art of mocktail mixology is just as important. So, if you're looking for flavour without the heavy head the next day, lay off the sauce and check out our recommendations for where you can find the best non-alcoholic cocktails in Manchester.

Bringing Latin American spirit to Deansgate, Las Iguanas is a lively restaurant that will fill you up with nachos, tortillas and sticky wings. The drinks are a fruity bunch and there's a whole list of dedicated mocktails; including the rather delicious Guava Sherbet, a muddle of guava, raspberry, sherbet, and soda.

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As well as a slick choice of original tipples, this former Victorian courthouse also mixes up a nifty range of non-alcoholic drinks. Sit down for a steak dinner or simply enjoy the atmosphere in the beautiful bar, with choices that include the refreshing Steady Pete's Ginger Brew; a blend of Ceder's 'gin,' ginger and lemon, topped with Thornbridge 'Big Easy'.

Wash down Mediterranean small plates with a variety of mocktails at Canto. There's the Apple Blossom, a peach and elderflower fizz and even a virgin strawberry mojito to name a few. A pocket-friendly bunch, mocktails are priced at £4.50 each, with alcohol-free Estrella available at £4.


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Still haven't tried Seedlip? You're really missing a trick. Head to Didsbury and try Volta's spin on the alcohol-free spirit, with a Honey & Pear Kicker which matches Seedlip Spice with pear juice, lemon, honey and cardamon.

Bright and breezy, Indian Tiffin Room has got casual dining nailed in Manchester. Head over to First Street to tuck into affordable curries and a neat list of softtails which also incorporate Indian spices; think the likes of the Paani Colada (coconut water infused with chilli and mint).

Dishoom is serious about its non-alcoholic offering, with everything from beer and wine through to cocktails coming either low or no. The most incredible part? It still very much has the feel of a strong drink, with sober martinis and dry old fashioneds mimicking the taste of the real thing.