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N°9 mocktail at V Spot.
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Best Mocktail Spots in Bucks County

The best places to find a variety of zero-proof cocktails in this vibrant suburb

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Whether taking a break from alcohol temporarily or permanently pursuing a sober lifestyle, it’s important to have beverage options when dining out with friends and family besides the usual iced tea and soda offerings. Fortunately, more restaurants are making it a point to add creative nonalcoholic beverage choices to the menu. Whether you call it a mocktail, zero-proof beverage, or virgin cocktail, you can have your drink wishes answered in Bucks County. Here are some Bucks County restaurants and beverage spots catering to the zero-proof drink crowd.

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Terrain Cafe

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The eye-catching natural design elements of Terrain Cafe provide an inviting garden vibe and a comfortable setting where diners can enjoy seasonal food offerings and creative cocktails. If you’re searching for nonalcoholic versions of your favorite libations, this greenhouse cafe offers a rotating mocktail menu with drink options such as a cranberry nectar fruit fizz, orange turmeric concoction, and garden spritzer in a wide array of flavors, including lavender, ginger, pear, vanilla, and other refreshing ingredients.

Plumsteadville Inn

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The Plumsteadville Inn in Pipersville has an impressive menu, so it’s no wonder that a mocktail section fits nicely on it. The muddled cherry and club soda mocktail is ideal for alcohol-free sippers seeking a bubbly fruit-flavored concoction while those looking for an alternative to a classic rum and Coke will find a zero-proof option on the menu. 

Farmhouse Tavern

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The Farm House Tavern, an inviting bar and restaurant in Doylestown borough, attracts the beer-loving and cocktail-seeking crowds as well as diners stopping by for lunch during the workday or visiting to enjoy a comfort food-filled dinner. This Doylestown pub also attracts patrons looking for a unique nonalcoholic beverage selection and provides a mocktail menu in response to this zero-proof drink demand. Mocktails that have been offered in the past include the blueberry-blackberry spritzer and strawberry lemonade in addition to a fruity tidal wave option.

Hops/Scotch

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The alcoholic beverage roster at Hops/Scotch in Doylestown is huge, but rest assured these talented cocktail creators can whip up a few excellent mocktails as well. Settle in at the cozy bar as you listen to live entertainment and sip a lavender simple syrup, lemon, and club soda beverage or savor a caffeinated drink option featuring Nonno’s cold brew coffee, lemon, and simple syrup.

Frost Martini Bar and Lounge

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The relatively new Frost opened its doors in Doylestown earlier this year. This Bucks County martini bar and lounge keeps nonalcoholic drink seekers in mind by offering a mocktail menu. Stop by this inviting drink and dining spot for creative mocktails, such as a nonalcoholic passion fruit mule and the lemon-honey virgin 75 option, as you enjoy live music throughout the week. Accompany your zero-proof beverage of choice with sharing plates, tapas, and pintxos with a modern fusion twist.

Free Spirit

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For a spot that offers an impressive menu of nonalcoholic beverages, Free Spirit in Buckingham is the place to go. This alcohol-free bar and bottle shop is the only one of its kind in Bucks County and the mocktail creations don’t disappoint. Sip the old fashioned, which tastes so much like the alcohol-full version, you’ll have to convince yourself it’s alcohol-free, or try the flying frenchman, a nonalcoholic take on the espresso martini. When you’re done sipping your zero-proof beverage at the inviting bar, peruse the bottle shop to choose a few nonalcoholic options to bring home with you.

Earl's New American

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At Earl’s New American in New Hope, mocktail seekers will find a special section of the menu dedicated to them. The refreshers offerings include flavorful options such as the coconut lavender lemonade, sparkling pear, and mint julep. You may also find zero-proof drink specials being offered during your visit, such as the current Solebury cider mule special — a refreshing combination of Solebury Orchards cider and ginger beer.

Logan Inn

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Visit the Logan Inn for its cozy ambience and creative, delicious menu offerings at onsite restaurant Ferry + Main. When visiting this popular New Hope hotel and dining spot, accompany your hearth fired beets starter or Long Island duck entree with an autumn sunset mocktail, featuring apple cider, orange juice, pomegranate, and club soda, or opt for the herb-inspired rosemary citrus sparkler, a flavorful blend of lemon, orange juice, rosemary, honey, and club soda. You can also enjoy your nonalcoholic drinks while sitting with friends at the inviting hotel bar.

When you visit V-Spot in New Hope, you can order your favorite vegan culinary dishes and accompany them with one or more creative mocktails offered by this Bucks County dining spot. The restaurant’s V-Bar offers a designated virgin cocktail menu with refreshing drink options including its alcohol-free take on the popular old fashioned beverage, with the mocktail version consisting of a combination of barley tea and dried orange topped with a lemon wheel, and a fruit-themed orange, cranberry, and lime beverage.

Stella of New Hope

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Captivating river views and a seasonal menu filled with local ingredients draw diners to Stella of New Hope. When you want to sip a creative beverage sans alcohol while enjoying the view and culinary selection, an impressive amount of possibilities await you. Ask the Stella team to concoct a nonalcoholic drink for you created with a wide array of fresh juices, syrups, and herbs.

Harvest Seasonal Grill

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Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar in Newtown has a mocktail menu laden with seasonal drinks you can enjoy along with your favorite farm-fresh culinary dishes. Sip a blood orange pomegranate spritz alongside a refreshing arugula and goat cheese salad or enjoy a spiced hibiscus Arnold Palmer with your margherita flatbread.

Terrain Cafe

The eye-catching natural design elements of Terrain Cafe provide an inviting garden vibe and a comfortable setting where diners can enjoy seasonal food offerings and creative cocktails. If you’re searching for nonalcoholic versions of your favorite libations, this greenhouse cafe offers a rotating mocktail menu with drink options such as a cranberry nectar fruit fizz, orange turmeric concoction, and garden spritzer in a wide array of flavors, including lavender, ginger, pear, vanilla, and other refreshing ingredients.

Plumsteadville Inn

The Plumsteadville Inn in Pipersville has an impressive menu, so it’s no wonder that a mocktail section fits nicely on it. The muddled cherry and club soda mocktail is ideal for alcohol-free sippers seeking a bubbly fruit-flavored concoction while those looking for an alternative to a classic rum and Coke will find a zero-proof option on the menu. 

Farmhouse Tavern

The Farm House Tavern, an inviting bar and restaurant in Doylestown borough, attracts the beer-loving and cocktail-seeking crowds as well as diners stopping by for lunch during the workday or visiting to enjoy a comfort food-filled dinner. This Doylestown pub also attracts patrons looking for a unique nonalcoholic beverage selection and provides a mocktail menu in response to this zero-proof drink demand. Mocktails that have been offered in the past include the blueberry-blackberry spritzer and strawberry lemonade in addition to a fruity tidal wave option.

Hops/Scotch

The alcoholic beverage roster at Hops/Scotch in Doylestown is huge, but rest assured these talented cocktail creators can whip up a few excellent mocktails as well. Settle in at the cozy bar as you listen to live entertainment and sip a lavender simple syrup, lemon, and club soda beverage or savor a caffeinated drink option featuring Nonno’s cold brew coffee, lemon, and simple syrup.

Frost Martini Bar and Lounge

The relatively new Frost opened its doors in Doylestown earlier this year. This Bucks County martini bar and lounge keeps nonalcoholic drink seekers in mind by offering a mocktail menu. Stop by this inviting drink and dining spot for creative mocktails, such as a nonalcoholic passion fruit mule and the lemon-honey virgin 75 option, as you enjoy live music throughout the week. Accompany your zero-proof beverage of choice with sharing plates, tapas, and pintxos with a modern fusion twist.

Free Spirit

For a spot that offers an impressive menu of nonalcoholic beverages, Free Spirit in Buckingham is the place to go. This alcohol-free bar and bottle shop is the only one of its kind in Bucks County and the mocktail creations don’t disappoint. Sip the old fashioned, which tastes so much like the alcohol-full version, you’ll have to convince yourself it’s alcohol-free, or try the flying frenchman, a nonalcoholic take on the espresso martini. When you’re done sipping your zero-proof beverage at the inviting bar, peruse the bottle shop to choose a few nonalcoholic options to bring home with you.

Earl's New American

At Earl’s New American in New Hope, mocktail seekers will find a special section of the menu dedicated to them. The refreshers offerings include flavorful options such as the coconut lavender lemonade, sparkling pear, and mint julep. You may also find zero-proof drink specials being offered during your visit, such as the current Solebury cider mule special — a refreshing combination of Solebury Orchards cider and ginger beer.

Logan Inn

Visit the Logan Inn for its cozy ambience and creative, delicious menu offerings at onsite restaurant Ferry + Main. When visiting this popular New Hope hotel and dining spot, accompany your hearth fired beets starter or Long Island duck entree with an autumn sunset mocktail, featuring apple cider, orange juice, pomegranate, and club soda, or opt for the herb-inspired rosemary citrus sparkler, a flavorful blend of lemon, orange juice, rosemary, honey, and club soda. You can also enjoy your nonalcoholic drinks while sitting with friends at the inviting hotel bar.

V Spot

When you visit V-Spot in New Hope, you can order your favorite vegan culinary dishes and accompany them with one or more creative mocktails offered by this Bucks County dining spot. The restaurant’s V-Bar offers a designated virgin cocktail menu with refreshing drink options including its alcohol-free take on the popular old fashioned beverage, with the mocktail version consisting of a combination of barley tea and dried orange topped with a lemon wheel, and a fruit-themed orange, cranberry, and lime beverage.

Stella of New Hope

Captivating river views and a seasonal menu filled with local ingredients draw diners to Stella of New Hope. When you want to sip a creative beverage sans alcohol while enjoying the view and culinary selection, an impressive amount of possibilities await you. Ask the Stella team to concoct a nonalcoholic drink for you created with a wide array of fresh juices, syrups, and herbs.

Harvest Seasonal Grill

Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar in Newtown has a mocktail menu laden with seasonal drinks you can enjoy along with your favorite farm-fresh culinary dishes. Sip a blood orange pomegranate spritz alongside a refreshing arugula and goat cheese salad or enjoy a spiced hibiscus Arnold Palmer with your margherita flatbread.

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