Dry January Made Easy Thanks To These 15 South Florida Spots
For the last decade or so, Dry January has gained more and more popularity. In fact, being sober curious or taking regular breaks from drinking is something we are seeing last beyond the start of the year.
Whether you’re looking to amp up your new year’s resolution and get healthy, or just need a break from cocktails, many restaurants are adding mocktails to their menus making it easy to enjoy a delicious beverage while out with friends sans alcohol.
Here are 15 South Florida spots that are making Dry January (and beyond) simple.
Bar Collins at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
Sit pretty will sipping mocktails at the lobby bar inside Loews Miami Beach Hotel. Some may consider this one a fancy coffee served in a coupe glass, but in the world where espresso martinis are trending, this is a mocktail worth having. The Espresso Booster Mocktini is made with espresso, a Tazo chai latte (think black tea, ginger, cinnamon, and cardamom), vanilla bean syrup, fee foam, garnished with cacao nibs. Those looking for something a bit more traditional can opt for the Cucumber Breeze made with cucumber, basil, simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, and ginger beer.
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