Mocktails are having a full-blown moment right now, and with dry January in full swing, there’s never been a better time to hop on the virtuous drinking trend.
There’s proof that no-proof drinks are here to stay all year long. Shaw tea house and mocktail master Calabash Tea & Tonic expanded with a second location in Brookland last summer, and two former Joseph A. Magnus employees recently started their own pop-up cocktail company that makes zero-proof drinks and tonics for parties. Next month, Coconut Club is playing host to a spirits-free event.
The drinks on this list won’t deliver hangovers and frequently sell at lower price points (many are around $5). Some of these also cater to drinkers with menus instructing diners to add liquor.Read More