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Order From These 4 Mocktail-Obsessed Menus

By Antonia DePace | March 2, 2020 | Food & Drink

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If you're looking to spice up your drink order without the booze, look to one of these mocktails to kick up your evening.

1. K’Far

Michael Solomonov’s all-day Israeli cafe is already a hit thanks to a posh interior and plates like brown sugar ricotta kubenah toast, but it’s also worth taking a look at the mocktails menu for drinks like the Cherry Glazerr—otherwise known as the cafe’s take on an espresso martini. 110 S. 19thSt., 267.800.7200, kfarcafe.com

2. The Library Bar

Escape the hustle and bustle of Center City and pop into The Rittenhouse’s Library Bar. If you’re in the mood for something zero proof, there’s two cool concoctions for your liking—the creamy Dark Half (Coffee Loves Tea, almond milk and hazelnut) and the zingy Shining (orange, carrot, thyme and ginger beer). 210 W. Rittenhouse Square, 215.546.9000, rittenhousehotel.com

3. Royal Boucherie

Guests can find a variety of mocktails, dubbed “Temperance Cocktails,” on chef Nick Elmi’s French brasserie menu, including the Insta-worthy Lavender Bowtie with its effervescent purple ombre hue. 52 S. Second St., 267.606.6313, royalboucherie.com

4. White Dog Cafe

Four mocktails dot the menu at this Fearless Restaurant stalwart. Order the Lyndy Hop—iced tea, pear, lime and caramelized sugar—or the Brewser Woods—Pour Richard’s cold brew, agave, root beer—for a midday pick-me-up among cute pup paintings decorating the walls around you. Multiple locations, whitedog.com



Photography by: Michael Persico