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Cheers to Local Bars & Restaurants with Mocktails in Philly, around the Main Line, and in Bucks County!

No matter your reason for holding the hooch, these local bars and restaurants are ready to serve you!

Dry January, Whole 30, a health cleanse, pregnancy, or a lifestyle choice- could be any number of reasons that you’ve chosen to forgo alcoholic beverages. But that doesn’t mean you have to be stuck with ice water or plain old soft drinks! In today’s world we even have a name for these fun drinks that hold the liquor- a mocktail! These colorful drinks come in the same drinkware as their sinful cousins and feel festive on any occasion. Mocktails aren’t just drinks that are non-alcoholic, they are recipes crafted with the same attention to flavor profiles and their spirited counter-parts. You may also think of it as a good way to start the new year with a clear mind! So check out our list of where to find the area’s best mocktail menus, these aren’t your kiddo’s Shirley Temples!!


FCM Hospitality is embracing Dry January at their establishments with alcohol-free beverage options. “Just because you don’t drink, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a handcrafted beverage,” said FCM Hospitality Beverage Director Matt Deutsch. “Mocktails are a great way to enhance your dining experience without the repercussions of drinking alcohol (diving home, hangovers, etc). Also great for pregnant women, children, and non-drinkers to feel part of the group.” Jump to our Philly locations, Main Line Restaurants, and Bucks County picks!


Philadelphia Restaurants

Mocktails at Harper’s Garden, photo courtesy of FCM Hospitality.

Harper’s Garden

31 South 18th Street, Philadelphia

We aren’t sure if this is a menu or a garden description, but these drinks sure sound delish! Try Blueberry Lemonade, Blackberry Ginger Soda, and Carrot All, which has carrot, pineapple, and lemon.

Craft Hall

901 North Delaware Ave, Philadelphia

There’s a puppy porch here, in addition to indoor and outdoor dining. So if that doesn’t make you want to go here, we don’t know what will! Oh, maybe it’s this list of their mocktails! Cucumber Fresca, Iced Chai Latte, Blood Orange Refresher, and Apple Cider Spritzer- yum!


Mocktails at Juno, photo courtesy of FCM Hospitality.


1033 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia

One of the things I missed most when I was pregnant was a good margarita, but Juno has solved that problem now for anyone else. Their non-alcoholic margaritas include flavors such as Blood Orange, Strawberry, Pineapple, and Spicy Ancho Cinnamon.

Rosy’s Taco Bar

2220 Walnut Street, Philadelphia

What goes better with tacos than margaritas?? How about ones flavored with Passionfruit, Mango, Blood Orange, Strawberry, Pineapple or Habanero?? Sold.


Charlie Was a Sinner

131 South 13th Street, Philadelphia

This menu leaves off the animal products AND has a section that leaves out the booze! Look for the section marked Zero Proof to find mocktails such as No Regrets, Basil Fennel Lemon Soda, Spicy Pineapple, and Blackberry Ginger Soda.

Laser Wolf

131 North Howard Street, Philadelphia

This Israeli grill restaurant doesn’t skimp on the large portions or the tasty sides that come with. They also have some zero proof beverages! Passion Fruit Cooler is joined by Hibiscus, Rose & Mint Iced Tea to keep you hydrated!


Spice Finch

220 South 17th Street, Philadelphia

This Mediterranean restaurant offers both classic and inventive mocktails including the N/Agroni, Tradewinds (mint tea, coriander syrup, and lemon), French 37.5, and Cooler than a Cucumber.



1206 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia

R&D, which is widely known for their cocktails, also always makes sure to have a few non-alcoholic options on their menu. Available now are the NA Penicillin, NA Negroni, and Virgin Colada.



4371 Main Street, Philadelphia


This Manayunk hot spot is home to vegan food and the city’s only zero-proof bar! Employing those are who in recovery and returning from incarceration Volstead is an investment in community. They focus on seasonal and sustainable foods, zero alcohol drinks, and paying their team a living wage. With a drink menu that includes sips called Alive in the Morning, Chocolate Cherry Boulevardier, Apple Bourbon Fizz we’re excited to say, “Cheers!” to this whole place!


Mocktails at Lola’s Garden, photo courtesy of Eddy Marenco,

Main Line Restaurants

Lola’s Garden

51 St Georges Road, Ardmore

This menu sounds like a tango for the tastebuds! Spicy Pineapple, Blackberry Ginger Soda, Cucumber-Basil Butterfly, Fig-Strawberry Lemonade, and Spiced Apple Cider.


White Dog Café

200 West Lancaster Avenue, Wayne
379 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford


Known mostly for their “to die for” mushroom soup, White Dog Café is also one of the top places our readers mentioned when we asked for where to find the best mocktails! With a menu that includes mocktails with fun names like Winnie Palmer, Easy Street, Brand New Life, and Fast Machine *Hot* we can surely see why!

Not Your Average Joe’s

49 St James Place, Ardmore


This menu boasts a “specialty drinks” section which sound super refreshing! House-made Lemonade (regular, mango, strawberry, and watermelon), Arnold Palmer, Strawberry Lime Rickey, and a Pomegranate Fizz!

Founding Farmers

255 Main Street, Suite 180, King of Prussia


The portions here are large, so going light on your beverage sounds like a good plan! Try their sparkling seltzers such as Green Tea, Grapefruit, Citrus, and Citrus & Mint.


Chop House Grille

301 North Pottstown Pike, Exton


You can choose to have these hand-crafted seltzers spiked OR alcohol free! Choose from Lavender Grapefruit, Cranberry Mint, Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade, Pineapple Passionfruit, and Basil Cucumber.



Bucks County Picks

Earl’s New American

Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska

Earl’s is in Peddlers Village, which even people not from Bucks County seem to know! After a day of shopping stop in here for dinner and one of their non-alcoholic refreshers before heading home: Coconut Lavender Lemonade, Sparkling Pear, or Mint Julep!

FresCafe Food Co

Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska (Peddler’s Village Shop #7)

The goal at FresCafe Food Co is to provide hearty comfort dishes using fresh, local ingredients. That mentality flows all the way down to their beverage menu, which includes mocktails! Don’t miss the Lavender Lemonade, Cucumber Mint Limeade, Pina Colada, Elderflower Spritzer, Sparkling Caramel Apple Butter, or the Moscow Mule.

Free Spirit

4920 York Rd, Store 13, Buckingham

Free Spirit’s refreshing take on a Dirty Shirley

Free Spirit is always spirited, never tipsy. The founders of this establishment started with the idea that paving a road to a more diverse representation for those living or finding their way to an alcohol free lifestyle was necessary. They wanted to bring a storefront, a gathering spot, a “third place” to market where products that support alcohol free, sober, or “damp” living were available to every type of person interested in using them, hence Free Spirit was born! Become a member and enjoy access to limited releases each month.

Portherhouse Restaurant & Pub

5775 Lower York Rd, Lahaska

While there aren’t any mocktails officially on the menu here, our readers in the Bucks County Parent Community group tell us that the bartenders are so kind and accommodating that they’re sure you’ll be able to get something great! If you try, let us know!

Mom’s- Maxwell’s on Main

37 North Main Street, Doylestown

Another reader fave where they promise the bartenders will mock something up for you without alcohol (mock, get it??). We hear this place cannot be missed! In the warmer weathered months, take advantage of their beautiful second floor patio, sidewalk dining, as well as an open air dining room.


2948 South Eagle Road, Newtown

Solstice serves modern American food that is seasonally focused. You’ll be craving your next visit! The have a Zero Proof cocktail selection that uses vitamin-packed aloe juice as the spirit substitution for drinks such as an Un-Daquiri, Un-Vodka Cocktail, Un-Gin Cocktail, Un-Rum Cocktail, and an Un-Tequila Cocktail. We appreciate the offerings and the humor!

The Cage Cocktail Bar

855 Easton Road, Warrington

The Cage is more than a cocktail bar, It’s a getaway, where even the grayest winter day becomes a distant memory the moment you walk through the doors and see the lush, green vines emanating from every corner. Each delectable, meticulously handcrafted drinks you order here each have a unique story beneath their surface. Though there’s no featured mocktail on their menu, ask your bartender if they can make a mocktail version of their Tika Taka, which comes in its own Tiki glass with an umbrella and is sure to transport you to the tropics!

Isaac Newtons

18 South State Street, Newtown

No mocktails on the menu here but we hear they will make you one! The bar looks fun and cozy, and to be honest- I’d go just for their dessert menu! Peanut Butter Explosion, anyone??


Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar

2865 S. Eagle Road, Newtown

Featuring a local, farm to table menu with many items that are below 500 calories in an upscale casual atmosphere, Harvest is good for both your waistline and for our community. One of our readers shared that this was her go to spot for yummy mocktails during her pregnancy.

J.B. Dawson’s Restaurant and Bar

92 N Flowers Mill Road, Langhorne

During the winter season, this locally-owned and operated establishment makes a non-alcoholic version of their specialty drink known as the Shopaholic. It’s essentially a mocha-mint iced cold brew coffee to give you non-stop shop ’til you drop energy!

Terrain Cafe

2100 Lower State Rd Suite 200, Doylestown

This charming little cafe/greenhouse, located on the campus of Delaware Valley University, provides guests with a treasure trove of seasonal mocktails to perfectly complement its ever-evolving culinary offerings. Deliberately designed to blur the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, Terrain invites you to indulge in vibrant mocktails like the zesty orange turmeric blend, a refreshing garden spritzer, or the tantalizing cranberry nectar fruit fizz. 

Farmhouse Tavern

380 N. Main Street, Doylestown

The Farm House Tavern, a friendly bar and restaurant in Doylestown borough with old school vibes, attracts the beer-loving and cocktail-seeking crowds as well as patrons looking for unique nonalcoholic beverages. Responding to the zero-proof drink demand, the tavern provides a mocktail menu. Mocktails that have been offered in the past include the blueberry-blackberry spritzer and strawberry lemonade in addition to a fruity tidal wave option.

Frost Martini Bar and Lounge

46 E State Suite G, Doylestown

This relatively new upscale martini bar and lounge keeps nonalcoholic drink seekers in mind by offering a mocktail menu. Try their nonalcoholic passion fruit mule and the lemon-honey virgin 75 option as you enjoy live music with friends and coworkers, share plates and building relationships without having to worry about who’s driving home.

Logan Inn

10 W Ferry St, New Hope

Ah, the Logan Inn, a New Hope staple. When you visit a business that’s been serving the area since the 18th century you know they must be doing something right! Enjoy an autumn sunset or the herb-inspired rosemary citrus sparkler at the hotel bar with your friends or grab a Clausthaier Original and head to their whiskey lounge.

Feature Photo Courtesy of the Cage Cocktail Bar

Content Director, Main Line Parent & Philadelphia Family. Email me at pamela@familyfocus.org