Drink up with vibrant mocktails throughout Orlando like Into the Woods, an herbaceous blend from Salt & the Cellar by Akira Back at the ette hotel Orlando (pictured).

Updated Jan. 4, 2024

National Mocktail Week is from Jan. 8 – 14, 2024, and we’re ready to help you celebrate with zesty mocktails and zero-proof cocktails throughout Orlando. Whether you abstain from drinking, are on a health kick, or just want to try something new, we have you covered. Get ready to hydrate in style with non-alcoholic sips from our hotels, restaurants and zero-proof hotspots.

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Additional reporting by Ella Steffen.

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MICHELIN Recommended AVA MediterrAegean in Winter Park

AVA MediterrAegean

One of the newest additions to the Winter Park culinary scene, MICHELIN Recommended AVA MedierrAegean boasts an aromatic menu of flavorful dishes inspired by the Mediterranean and the Cycladic Islands. Pair your meal with signature mocktails like Heir of the God, a mixture of passion fruit, pineapple, ginger and lemon, or cool things down with Longevity, an effervescent blend of almond, lime and cucumber tonic.

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One of the only alcohol-free bars in Orlando, The BANDBOX is an Art Deco-inspired speakeasy in Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village Main Street district. This one-of-a-kind space boasts craft cocktails, wine, CBD beverages, craft beer and more — all of it alcohol-free. “One of the most popular non-alcoholic drinks is one of our CBD cocktails: The Blueberry Bombshell,” shares owner Kevin Zepf. “It’s a blueberry and ginger mint cocktail that uses a distilled spirit by Amethyst and CBD from Vybes.” Fire in the Engine is another popular option, offering a smoky, zero-proof take on the classic spicy mango margarita.

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Blu on the Avenue in Winter Park

Blu on the Avenue

Pair zero-proof cocktails with fresh sushi, steaks and seafood at Blu on the Avenue in Winter Park. Their zero proof menu features NKD LDY non-alcoholic gin and bourbon for a healthier take on classic cocktails. Try the Naked Fashioned (bourbon, mint, simple syrup, ginger beer) or Blueberry “Ginn” Sour (gin, muddled blueberries, sour mix, simple syrup) and see where the evening takes you.

Food at The Boheme Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando
The Boheme, Part of the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Downtown Orlando

Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando

Step inside the newly renovated Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando to explore playful, citrus-forward craft cocktails made with Seedlip™ zero-proof liquor. Available at date night hotspot The Boheme and at Altira Rooftop Lounge, the current “free spirited” lineup includes the Orange Grove Margarita (Seedlip Grove 42, lime, orange) and the Grapefruit & Honey (Seedlip Spice, grapefruit, lemon, honey).

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Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen in Orlando’s Lake Nona Neighborhood

Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen

In Orlando’s tech-forward Lake Nona community, Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen boasts a vibrant weekend brunch with two flavorful mocktail options. Inject a little color into your meal with the Ke Aloha, a fun blend of taro and coconut milk topped with blueberry bursting boba balls, or go for the classic Virgin Mary, crafted with Seedlip Aromatic Spice, bloody Mary mix, hot sauce, olive and lime.

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In the Audubon Park Garden District near downtown Orlando, MICHELIN Bib Gourmand restaurant DOMU offers five delicious mocktails. All are perfect for pairing with the eatery’s house made noodles and ramen bowls, from the Rosey Pom (rosemary, pomegranate, lime, ginger, bubbles) to the simple Mango Lychee Lemonade (lychee simple syrup, lemon, soda, mango boba). DOMU is located next door to East End Market, where you’ll find even more delectable fare and one-of-a-kind wares.

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Fresh Florida flavors meet traditional Filipino cuisine at Kaya, a MICHELIN Recommended restaurant in Orlando’s bustling Mills 50® district. Choose from a multi-course chef’s tasting menu or a la carte dishes, paired with a full bar, curated wines and a selection of zero-proof cocktails. We’re partial to the Blood Orange Hibiscus Cosmo-Not (Seedlip Grove, blood orange puree, hibiscus simple syrup, lime), and the Pina No-Lada and classic No-Jito are excellent choices as well.

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The Monroe dining
The Monroe in Orlando’s Parramore District

The Monroe

Part of the Creative Village in Orlando’s Parramore District, The Monroe offers a rotating selection of cool cocktails, craft beer and mocktails throughout the year. Try the Designated Driver, a blend of elderberry wine tea, hibiscus, beets, pomegranate, rosemary and lime, along with seasonal offerings like Butter Brew, Boots With the Fir, and Not Your Mother’s Mulled Wine.

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The Neighbors

On the second level of East End Market, The Neighbors is a popular local hangout boasting small bites, beverages, a marketplace and frequent themed events. Many of their cocktails are inspired by various Orlando neighborhoods, including Leu’s Garden, a spirit-free cocktail crafted with Seedlip Garden Rosemary, thyme, spearmint and mint syrup. There are currently four non-alcoholic mocktails on the menu, along with three “lo-boys” with low alcohol content.

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Otto’s High Dive

Part of The Milk District® near downtown Orlando, Otto’s High Dive is a neighborhood rum bar and MICHELIN Bib Gourmand restaurant with several non-alcoholic cocktail options. Enjoy tropical libations like the Coqui (pandan leaf, granny smith apple, citrus, coconut, pineapple) or Cayo Coco (strawberry castor, coconut milk, fresh orange, citrus). Or stick to the classics with the Sans Hattan, Na Groni or Santa Clarita Spritz, a combination of white verjus, orange blossom aperitivo and passionfruit. Whatever you’re drinking, pair it with elevated Floridian and Cuban-inspired bites for an unforgettable tropical getaway.

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The Stubborn Mule

In downtown Orlando’s Thornton Park district, The Stubborn Mule is a vibrant restaurant specializing in handcrafted mules, cocktails and locally inspired, new American fare. Try their non-alcoholic Not-So-Stubborn Mule, crafted with Seedlip Grove 42, orange oleo saccharum, lime and ginger beer, or freshen up with the Queen of Spades, a blend of cucumber melon agua fresca, mint, rosemary, lime and agave.

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Tori Tori
Tori Tori in Orlando’s Mills 50® District (Courtesy Blake Jones)

Tori Tori

Modern cocktail bar meets traditional Japanese izakaya at Tori Tori, a MICHELIN Recommended hotspot in Orlando’s Mills 50 district. Recently voted Best Cocktails and Best Bar Food by Orlando Weekly readers, Tori Tori also offers bespoke mocktails to suit your every craving. Pair them with yakitori, kushiyaki and more delectable bar bites for an unforgettable night out.

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ette hotel Orlando

The elegant ette hotel Orlando is fully alcohol-free, with a curated list of stunning cocktails created by cocktail professor Jarl de Vries. Inventive both in taste and presentation, the Insta-worthy creations are available at two restaurants from Chef Akira Back of MICHELIN Guide fame. Signature restaurant Salt & the Cellar by Akira Back features Mediterranean Asian cuisine paired with eight specialty drinks, like Into the Woods (pictured), a fresh blend of herbs, ginger, cucumber and lime served over an aromatic forest mist. You’ll find three additional mocktails upstairs at LIPA Rooftop by Akira Back, including Eye Candy (a guava basil shrub infusion), Dream Girl (coconut, mint, citrus) and The Philosopher, a green-hued twist on a classic virgin Mary.

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The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar

At Universal CityWalk, The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar boasts two creative cocktails, perfect for pairing with sushi, burgers and a unique kind of fusion fare called “burgushi.” Current mocktail options include Thyme After Thyme, a unique blend of thyme, lemon, muddled blueberries and ginger beer, and the Lychee Spritz, which blends Lyre’s Italian spritz, lychee syrup and orange sparkling water. Plus, discover even more zero-proof options throughout Universal CityWalk and Universal Orlando Resort.

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Earl’s Kitchen + Bar at The Mall at Millenia

Earls Kitchen + Bar

At The Mall at Millenia, Earls Kitchen + Bar has a small menu of elevated spirit-free cocktails, including the sparkling yuzu lemonade, Italian spritz and pineapple cucumber mule under $10. The gimlet thyme is a slightly more expensive option, with Seedlip Garden 108, agave, mint, thyme and lime juice.

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The Edison

Get ready to party prohibition-style at The Edison, a lavish themed restaurant and entertainment destination at Disney Springs®, part of Walt Disney World® Resort. Toast to the evening’s festivities with zero-proof concoctions like the Apple Propellant, an effervescent blend of apple cider, honey, lemon juice and ginger ale, plus additional rotating mocktails throughout the year.

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Four Flamingos A Richard Blais Florida Kitchen Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
The Filthy Flamingo at Four Flamingos, A Richard Blais Florida Kitchen

Four Flamingos

Known for their bold tropical drinks and Floridian-inspired fare, MICHELIN Recommended Four Flamingos, A Richard Blais Florida Kitchen offers mocktail versions of some of their most popular drinks. Currently they include non-alcoholic takes on The Filthy Flamingo (blood orange, strawberry, guava, lime) and Get Toasted (banana, coconut cream, pineapple, cinnamon). Discover this signature eatery at the award-winning Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress near Disney Springs.

Four Seasons Resort Orlando at WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort

AAA Five Diamond Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort boasts flavorful mocktails at several dining locations. Highlights include Running on Zero and Open Season at The Lobby Bar, The Crimson & Clover (a smoky, beet-and-clove-infused take on a margarita) at PB&G, and The Peach Putter, a fusion of peach, lime, simple syrup and ginger ale served in a golf ball mug at Plancha.

The Hampton Social

Come to The Hampton Social at Pointe Orlando for the laid-back beach vibes and coastal fare and stay for the mocktails, which range from a non-alcoholic sparkling rosé to the popular Pom & Pepper, featuring sparkling rosé topped with pomegranate, black pepper and lime. You can even order a massive seashell filled with your favorite shareable concoction for the full “rosé all day” experience.

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JALEO at Disney Springs interior


JALEO at Disney Springs boasts spirited small plates and paella from James Beard-award winning chef José Andrés, all paired with sangria, Spanish wines and handcrafted cocktails. Kick back with non-alcoholic offerings like the Lotus (Seedlip Spice, London Essence White Peach and Jasmine soda, vanilla syrup) or Apple & Safron (Seedlip Garden, apple juice, lemon, saffron, Fever Tree pink grapefruit soda).

Mocktails at JoJo's ShakeBAR Orlando
JoJo’s ShakeBAR Mocktails

JoJo’s ShakeBAR

At Pointe Orlando, retro-themed eatery JoJo’s ShakeBAR offers four specialty mocktails, including Trix Are 4 Kids, a combination of blueberry puree, cranberry juice, heavy cream, club soda and lime juice that’s shaken, stirred and then double-strained into a chilled coupe glass. Other offerings include Sixteen Candles, Blueberry Ginger & Juice, and the Princess Peach Mule, all under $10.

Sear & Sea lobby bar at JW Marriott Bonnet Creek
Sear + Sea Lobby Bar at JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa

JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa

Discover alcohol-free libations aplenty at UnReserved Food Bazaar and MICHELIN Recommend Sear + Sea, both at the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa. UnReserved features a seasonal garden inspired mocktail, while Sear + Sea boasts zero-proof versions of four popular cocktails. They include the orange and yuzu spritz, classic paloma, salted caramel espresso martini, and the Clover Club, a blend of Lyre’s Pink London Spirit, raspberry syrup, lemon juice, aquafaba and white sugar syrup.

Sushi bar at Morimoto Asia restaurant in Disney Springs
Morimoto Asia at DISNEY SPRINGS®

Morimoto Asia

Helmed by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, MICHELIN Recommended Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs is a pan-Asian eatery with dishes from Japan, China, Korea and Thailand. Pair your meal with specialty mocktails like the popular Dragon’s Roar (dragon fruit, yuzu, club soda) and Lychee Lemon Soda (housemade lychee concentrate, lemon, club soda).

Rosa Mexicano

Along with award-winning margaritas and handcrafted specialty cocktails, Rosa Mexicano at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort boasts five spirit-free drinks. Standouts include the Guava Colada (guava, coconut milk, canela-infused agave nectar, fresh citrus) and the Mango Ginger Refresco (mango puree, lemon, chia seed, ginger beer). Throw in a festive atmosphere and a full menu of authentic Mexican cuisine within walking distance from EPCOT®, and this is sure to be a fiesta to remember.

Taverna Opa restaurant crowd
Taverna Opa at Pointe Orlando

Taverna Opa

Savor two specialty mocktails created just for Dry January at Taverna Opa, a lively Greek restaurant on the upper level of Pointe Orlando. Just $8 each, the Greek Cherry Cola (Greek sour cherry syrup, fresh orange, MastiH20 sparkling mastiha water, brûléed orange) and the Grecian Lemonade (honey, fresh mint, Fever Tree sparkling Sicilan lemonade) are perfect for getting the party started in style. You’ll be joining the zorba dance party in no time.

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