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18 Atlanta Spots Serving Anything-But-Boring Nonalcoholic Cocktails

Where to sip excellent zero-proof cocktails or purchase nonalcoholic spirits and alcohol-removed wines

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Thankfully, nonalcoholic cocktails aren’t just for dry January anymore. Plenty of Atlanta bars and restaurants have made complex and original booze-free drinks permanent additions to beverage menus. Prefer to drink at home? Many Atlanta stores and markets, including the city’s first dedicated zero-proof bottle shop, the Zero Co., also carry a large selection of non-alcoholic beers and ready-to-drink cocktails, along with 0-percent ABV spirits and alcohol-removed wines. Head to one of these Atlanta restaurants, bars, or markets for excellent zero-proof drinks that are anything but boring or to pick up a bottle of the latest booze-free spirits, canned cocktails, and mixers.

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Bacchanalia

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Anne Quatrano’s Blandtown fine dining institution rotates its seasonal non-alcoholic cocktails, including the French Zero, a riff on the classic using Château del ISH sparkling white, lemon, and Pentire, a botanical zero-proof spirit.

Star Provisions Market & Cafe

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While grabbing cheese, charcuterie, and crackers for that picnic or dinner party, pick up some of the market’s non-alcoholic mixers, which include Wilfred’s Orange and Rosemary Aperitif, Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso and Amaretti, Harmony’s Smoked Aperitif, and Seedlip Spice. There’s also canned non-alcoholic cocktails like the GinISH and tonic from ISH Spirits.

Redbird

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Smoky Gnista barreled oak combined with herbaceous Gnista floral wormwood and botanical Wilfred’s Apéritif give bitterness and warmth to Take Me to Church, one of the Westside Provision District restaurant’s rotating non-alcoholic cocktails. 

Press Shop

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The Summerhill gift shop stocks a small but quality selection of zero-proof wines like Leitz “Eins Zwei Zero” sparking non-alcoholic Riesling and canned cocktails from ISH Spirits, Ghia, and Lili.

Lyla Lila

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The Midtown restaurant offers several “spirit-free” beverage options, including the Pomp and Pride, a tart, refreshing sipper made with espresso, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, and tonic water.

In addition to a menu of non-alcoholic cocktails, including riffs on classics like the espresso martini and Sidecar, this fine dining establishment inside the St. Regis hotel in Buckhead offers zero-proof beverage pairings with its seven-course tasting menu. 

Storico Vino

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Enjoy a booze-free aperitivo hour thanks to beverage director Jose Pereiro’s non-alcoholic Negroni made with a trio of zero-proof spirits—Pentire gin, Wilfred’s Bitter Aperitif, and Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso and infused with expressed orange peels for maximum flavor and bite.

Bella Cucina

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From Ritual Zero Proof’s entire line of non-alcoholic spirits to WithCo mixers, De Soi non-alcoholic appérifs, and TÖST sparkling “wines,” this Buckhead shop features a great selection of flavorful, 0-percent ABV drinks.

Dirty Rascal

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Head of beverage Thandi Walton curates zero-proof cocktails, including refreshing takes on the Aperol spritz and G&T, that pair well with red-sauce comfort fare at the Thompson Buckhead hotel’s Italian-American restaurant.

With Amethyst’s non-alcoholic Lemon Cucumber Serrano spirit, lime, and cane syrup, the Gemlet is bold and bright here, just like the maximalist, tropical decor at the Ponce City Market restaurant.

La Semilla

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With house-made salted rosemary syrup, grapefruit soda, and lime juice, the Smoky Rose is a non-alcoholic twist on the Paloma that pairs perfectly with the fresh flavors in the dishes from this vegan Latin American food restaurant in Reynoldstown.

3 Parks Wine Shop

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Owner Sarah Pierre curates a concise but thoughtful selection of alcohol-removed wines from makers like OddBird and Weingut Leitz as well as complex zero-proof aperitifs from Ghia, Wilderton, and Seedlip. The Glenwood Park shop also sells canned non-alcoholic cocktails from ISH Spirits and Casamara Club sparkling amaro sodas.

Southern Belle

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In addition to sophisticated non-alcoholic drinks like the tropical Frisky Business, made with ISH Spiced Caribbean Spirit, orgeat, lime, and pineapple soda, the restaurant offers zero-proof beverage pairings with its four-course tasting menu.

The Zero Co.

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From the owners of Elemental Spirits Co., Atlanta’s first dedicated zero-proof bottle shop has an inventory of over 300 non-alcoholic spirits, wines, beer, and canned beverages. Choose from dealcoholized wines by Null and OddBird, complex spirit-free base mixers like the Pathfinder and Ghia, and chilled, single-serve RTDs from brands such as Drink Spiritless, AVEC Drinks, and Lyre’s.

Elemental Spirits Co.

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Stock up on Athletic Brewing’s 0-percent ABV beers, alcohol-removed wines like OddBird Blanc de Blanc, and zero-proof RTD options from ISH Spirits, Ghia, and Recess at this Poncey-Highland bottle shop.

Double Zero

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Craving Neapolitan-style pizza and a good non-alcoholic drink with a bit of a bite? Double Zero has got that covered with Orange Is the New Black, a sparkling mix of ginger beer, fresh-squeezed orange and lemon juices, and agave topped with a splash of soda.

Foundation Social Eatery

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At this Alpharetta restaurant, spirit-free drinks like the Grey Fox — a twist on the classic gin fizz made with Earl Grey, blood orange oleo saccharum, egg white, tonic, thyme — are as sophisticated and tasty as chef Mel Toledo’s food.

Gilly Brew Bar

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With an extensive menu of tea and coffee-based drinks, this Stone Mountain coffee shop and cafe serves “elixirs” which just so happen to be some of the most innovative non-alcoholic drinks in metro Atlanta. Try seasonal sips like “chaider,” an apple-pear probiotic cider infused with masala chai, brown sugar, and bitters, served iced or hot.

Bacchanalia

Anne Quatrano’s Blandtown fine dining institution rotates its seasonal non-alcoholic cocktails, including the French Zero, a riff on the classic using Château del ISH sparkling white, lemon, and Pentire, a botanical zero-proof spirit.

Star Provisions Market & Cafe

While grabbing cheese, charcuterie, and crackers for that picnic or dinner party, pick up some of the market’s non-alcoholic mixers, which include Wilfred’s Orange and Rosemary Aperitif, Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso and Amaretti, Harmony’s Smoked Aperitif, and Seedlip Spice. There’s also canned non-alcoholic cocktails like the GinISH and tonic from ISH Spirits.

Redbird

Smoky Gnista barreled oak combined with herbaceous Gnista floral wormwood and botanical Wilfred’s Apéritif give bitterness and warmth to Take Me to Church, one of the Westside Provision District restaurant’s rotating non-alcoholic cocktails. 

Press Shop

The Summerhill gift shop stocks a small but quality selection of zero-proof wines like Leitz “Eins Zwei Zero” sparking non-alcoholic Riesling and canned cocktails from ISH Spirits, Ghia, and Lili.

Lyla Lila

The Midtown restaurant offers several “spirit-free” beverage options, including the Pomp and Pride, a tart, refreshing sipper made with espresso, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, and tonic water.

Atlas

In addition to a menu of non-alcoholic cocktails, including riffs on classics like the espresso martini and Sidecar, this fine dining establishment inside the St. Regis hotel in Buckhead offers zero-proof beverage pairings with its seven-course tasting menu. 

Storico Vino

Enjoy a booze-free aperitivo hour thanks to beverage director Jose Pereiro’s non-alcoholic Negroni made with a trio of zero-proof spirits—Pentire gin, Wilfred’s Bitter Aperitif, and Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso and infused with expressed orange peels for maximum flavor and bite.

Bella Cucina

From Ritual Zero Proof’s entire line of non-alcoholic spirits to WithCo mixers, De Soi non-alcoholic appérifs, and TÖST sparkling “wines,” this Buckhead shop features a great selection of flavorful, 0-percent ABV drinks.

Dirty Rascal

Head of beverage Thandi Walton curates zero-proof cocktails, including refreshing takes on the Aperol spritz and G&T, that pair well with red-sauce comfort fare at the Thompson Buckhead hotel’s Italian-American restaurant.

Atrium

With Amethyst’s non-alcoholic Lemon Cucumber Serrano spirit, lime, and cane syrup, the Gemlet is bold and bright here, just like the maximalist, tropical decor at the Ponce City Market restaurant.

La Semilla

With house-made salted rosemary syrup, grapefruit soda, and lime juice, the Smoky Rose is a non-alcoholic twist on the Paloma that pairs perfectly with the fresh flavors in the dishes from this vegan Latin American food restaurant in Reynoldstown.

3 Parks Wine Shop

Owner Sarah Pierre curates a concise but thoughtful selection of alcohol-removed wines from makers like OddBird and Weingut Leitz as well as complex zero-proof aperitifs from Ghia, Wilderton, and Seedlip. The Glenwood Park shop also sells canned non-alcoholic cocktails from ISH Spirits and Casamara Club sparkling amaro sodas.

Southern Belle

In addition to sophisticated non-alcoholic drinks like the tropical Frisky Business, made with ISH Spiced Caribbean Spirit, orgeat, lime, and pineapple soda, the restaurant offers zero-proof beverage pairings with its four-course tasting menu.

The Zero Co.

From the owners of Elemental Spirits Co., Atlanta’s first dedicated zero-proof bottle shop has an inventory of over 300 non-alcoholic spirits, wines, beer, and canned beverages. Choose from dealcoholized wines by Null and OddBird, complex spirit-free base mixers like the Pathfinder and Ghia, and chilled, single-serve RTDs from brands such as Drink Spiritless, AVEC Drinks, and Lyre’s.

Elemental Spirits Co.

Stock up on Athletic Brewing’s 0-percent ABV beers, alcohol-removed wines like OddBird Blanc de Blanc, and zero-proof RTD options from ISH Spirits, Ghia, and Recess at this Poncey-Highland bottle shop.

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Double Zero

Craving Neapolitan-style pizza and a good non-alcoholic drink with a bit of a bite? Double Zero has got that covered with Orange Is the New Black, a sparkling mix of ginger beer, fresh-squeezed orange and lemon juices, and agave topped with a splash of soda.

Foundation Social Eatery

At this Alpharetta restaurant, spirit-free drinks like the Grey Fox — a twist on the classic gin fizz made with Earl Grey, blood orange oleo saccharum, egg white, tonic, thyme — are as sophisticated and tasty as chef Mel Toledo’s food.

Gilly Brew Bar

With an extensive menu of tea and coffee-based drinks, this Stone Mountain coffee shop and cafe serves “elixirs” which just so happen to be some of the most innovative non-alcoholic drinks in metro Atlanta. Try seasonal sips like “chaider,” an apple-pear probiotic cider infused with masala chai, brown sugar, and bitters, served iced or hot.

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