The quality of craft cocktails has grown by leaps and bounds in the last decade, and the last couple years have seen a remarkable increase in the popularity of alcohol-free cocktails. But are they any good? Thankfully, yes. We’ve come a long way from super-sweet mocktails filled with juice from concentrate. Instead, New York City bars are serving layered and complex drinks made with the alcohol-free spirit of choice: Seedlip. Made from a unique blend of distilled botanicals, Seedlip comes in three flavors, Garden 108, Spice 94, and Grove 42. And whichever one you choose, it will add a layer of complexity to any drink.
Ready to tackle a dry bar crawl with friends? Want to keep Sober October going? Or maybe you just need a tasty drink with dinner that won’t give you a hangover. Either way, head to these New York City bars and restaurants serving non-alcoholic cocktails that can’t help but impress.
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