On The Press: 16 Bars In Miami Making Delicious Mocktails if You’re Doing Dry January

Looking for a sober start to 2024? There’s no shortage of mouthwatering non-alcoholic options in Miami’s bars and restaurants!

After overindulging through the holidays, many people set a goal to do Dry January. Whether you’re participating in the month-long movement or just simply taking a break from booze, then you’re in luck. Miami is a great city to find sorne expertly made and creative mocktails, so you don’t have to compromise a cocktail for a good resolution.

See what all the buzz is about (without having one yourself) by checking out these spots that offer mocktails:

7. Rishtedar Wynwood

Rishetdar serves up a selection of mocktails amongst its flavroful lndian cuisine. Delve into a citrusy fusion with the Kamasutra (Oleo Saccharum, Ginger syrup, Passion fruitjuice, green tea and a touch of rose-flavored soda). For a drink with a zing, savor the Varanasi (Black tea, pineapple syrup, lemon, a dash ofTabasco and ginger ale). Then transport your taste buds to the tropics with the Goa Nariyal, reminiscent of a skinny, virgin piña colada.

Find it at 232 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33727.