Whatever your reason for abstaining from alcohol, you’ve likely experienced an instance when you’ve felt like you’re missing out.
That’s changing, though, as master mixologists are noticing there’s a niche for booze-free libations and are creating drink menus with that in mind.
In Philadelphia, there are a number of restaurants that now offer specialty non-alcoholic drinks made with fresh fruit, herbs and house-steeped syrups.
Below are four in the area:
723 Chestnut St.
Morimoto offers a section on non-alcoholic specialties on its menu, including the Mandarin Ginger made with mandarin orange, candied ginger and ginger ale.
2031 Walnut St.
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Vernick Food and Drink offers house-made sodas and mocktails made in house.
131 S. 13th St.
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Charlie was a sinner serves a wheatgrass shot, among other green blends, as an alternative to its alcoholic counterparts.
3420 Sansom St.
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White Dog Cafe's mocktail menu includes a Winnie Palmer.