January 03, 2017

Philly restaurants serve up specialty mocktail menus

Booze-free doesn't have to be boring

Food and Drink Restaurants
Charlie Was A Sinner. Charlie Was A Sinner/Facebook

Charlie was a sinner serves a wheatgrass shot, among other green blends, as an alternative to its alcoholic counterparts.

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. 


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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:

Morimoto

723 Chestnut St.
215-413-9070
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Morimoto offers a section on non-alcoholic specialties on its menu, including the Mandarin Ginger made with mandarin orange, candied ginger and ginger ale.


Vernick Food & Drink

2031 Walnut St.
267-639-6644
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Vernick Food and Drink offers house-made sodas and mocktails made in house.



Charlie was a sinner

131 S. 13th St.
267-758-5372
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Charlie was a sinner serves a wheatgrass shot, among other green blends, as an alternative to its alcoholic counterparts.


White Dog Cafe

3420 Sansom St.
215-386-9224
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White Dog Cafe's mocktail menu includes a Winnie Palmer.