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Top London Bars for Dry January

Buddha Bar Kensington London

Photo credit: Paul Winch-Furness

With what seems like the majority of London taking part in dry January this year, we’ve put together a roundup of the top bars in London for this month. They all serve outstanding mocktails, proving you don’t need alcohol to have a delicious drink and a good night out with friends!

The Arch London, Marble Arch

Not all of the best cocktails have to contain alcohol! Indulge – without the worry of over indulging – with The Virgin Vera at The Arch London, one of London’s finest 5* boutique hotels.

Salvatore’s Bar, Mayfair

Nestled inside the Playboy Club, Salvatore’s Bar is run by the famous mixologist Salvatore Calabrese, and with Salvatore and his team creating your drinks, you won’t even notice the fact they lack alcohol.

Redemption Bar, Notting Hill 

Redemption Bar is Notting Hill’s alcohol-free hangout, popular with the vegan locals as well as the Notting Hill yummy mummies. We suggest the Coco-rita for something that will keep you coming back for more!

Peg + Patriot, Bethnal Green

For something a little more ‘cool’, head East to Peg + Patriot. There are just three non-alcoholic cocktails on the menu, but they’ll make you think you’re drinking the real thing.

The Beaufort Bar, The Strand

The Beaufort Bar is one of the most famous bars in London housed within one of the most famous hotels in London. With some very talented mixologists behind the bar, they can create anything you wish for, or alternatively try The Carnival, a beautifully fruity blend.

Galvin at Windows, Mayfair

On the 28th floor of the glamorous Hilton hotel in Mayfair, Galvin at Windows are renowned for their expert cocktails, but did you know they also have some really exceptional mocktails?

Buddha Bar, Kensington

With one of the top selections of mocktails in London, luxurious Buddha Bar is the place to go if you want a night out with friends without the hangover the next day.

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