The New Mocktails: Six Non-Alcoholic Cocktails for Healthy Sipping
At LA’s Westbound, they’re called “Temperance” cocktails. At New York City’s Fowler & Wells, the section of the drinks list is titled “Pro-Prohibition.” Agern, another New York City restaurant, lists them as “Imitations.”
No matter what they’re named, a growing number of bars and restaurants offer creative drinks that omit alcohol, a category better known as mocktails. And after the excesses of the holiday season, these drinks offer a lighter note during “Dry January” and beyond.
“For various reasons, people don’t want to drink,” says Chad Walsh, beverage director at Agern, which offers a seven-course tasting menu complete with nonalcoholic