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10 spots to get mocktails in Fort Worth during Dry January

Sober curious or taking part in Dry January? We’ve got your guide to zero-proof mocktails in Fort Worth.

Photo of two tropical drinks.

Weekends are for pour decisions. | Photo by @propermagnolia

It’s the month of mocktails. To start the new year, many restaurants and bars take part in what’s known as Dry January — a challenge that encourages people to refocus, cleanse their systems, and abstain from alcohol consumption for one month.

To make the challenge a little bit easier for you, we’ve rounded up eight places where you can find mocktails and zero-proof drinks around Fort Worth.

Maiden, 1216 6th Ave.
The fine dining restaurant is the newest vegan joint in town and offers two mocktails made with Ritual Zero-Proof Gin.

Proper, 409 W. Magnolia Ave.
Stop into the Magnolia bar and ask for a drink from its list of 0 ABV offerings, including Heineken 00 and Lyers American Malt and Cola.

Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 3131 W. 7th St.
This is City Editor Rebecca’s favorite sushi restaurant. The menu features a long list of vegan and specialty rolls + zero-proof drinks — all for $6.50 each, which are some of the cheapest mocktails we’ve seen.

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Try a classic virgin cocktail like a Shirley Temple at this tiki-themed bar. | Photo by @tarantula_tiki

Tarantula Tiki Lounge, 117 S. Main St.
Known for its umbrella drinks and island decor, this tiki bar has options like the classic Shirley Temple and The Virgin Ray for $8.

Clay Pigeon Food & Drink, 2731 White Settlement Rd.
The fine dining restaurant has a long list of non-alcoholic drinks, ranging from teas and coffees to mocktails. Try the Disco Lemonade or the I Said Doctor.

HG Supply Co., 1621 River Run
Visit the riverside bar and try the Mango Refresher — made with mango, turmeric, citrus, simple syrup, and Topo Chico. The menu has three non-alcoholic options that cost $8.

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Stop by Birdie’s Social Club for delicious food, drinks, and sports. | Photo by @birdiessocialclub

Birdie’s Social Club, 6221 E. Mockingbird Ln.
Watch the Cowboys’ playoff journey on the big screens and sip on the $10 mocktail options — ginger mint, pomegranate sparkler, and blood orange lemonade. Bonus: Stop by for the pre-show rodeo pop-up this Thursday, Jan. 11.

The Basement Lounge, 6323 Camp Bowie Blvd.
The cocktail lounge has your back during Dry January with an alcohol-free menu including three NA cocktails for $10.

Ellerbe Fine Foods, 1501 W. Magnolia Ave.
Stop by this Southern-style restaurant for a variety of mocktails including the Pineapple Prohibition made with Lyer’s white cane spirit, thyme, fresh pineapple juice, and demerara syrup for $10.

Kava Culture, 3529 Heritage Trace Pkwy.
The non-alcoholic bar in north Fort Worth serves botanicals on tap made with Kava root, ranging from cocktails, infusions, sparkling teas, and coffees.

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