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What to Order When What You Really Want Is a Drink

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P'Cheen. Photo courtesy of Creative Loafing.

These days, restaurants serve cocktails, and poptails, and even mocktails. Clearly everyone—okay, most people—want to take the edge off (or at least simulate taking the edge off). But sometimes we're with coworkers, or parents, or just don't need the extra $12 charge for a guava-lingonberry mojito on our bill. For times cases and more, Eater presents alcohol-laden menu items—foods that may or may not give you a little buzz. The best part? You don't have to be 21 to order them!

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

P'cheen

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D.B.A. Barbecue

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Maki Fresh Sushi

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Sotto Sotto Restaurant

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Sublime Doughnuts

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Meehans Public House

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Ocean Prime

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Village Tavern

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Southern Art and Bourbon Bar

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South City Kitchen

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Wahoo! Grill

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The Elder Tree Public House

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FLIP burger boutique

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The Spence

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Baci

P'cheen

D.B.A. Barbecue

Maki Fresh Sushi

Sotto Sotto Restaurant

Sublime Doughnuts

Meehans Public House

Ocean Prime

Village Tavern

Southern Art and Bourbon Bar

South City Kitchen

Wahoo! Grill

The Elder Tree Public House

FLIP burger boutique

The Spence

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