We’re ad­dicted to mock­tails

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oc l in ence s weigh in on where to feed their ob­ses­sions. This month— mock­tails, the ideal feel-good bev­er­age for a gor­geous spring af­ter­noon: no hang­over guar­an­teed. Lolita

Wa­ter­melon Hi­bis­cus Agua Fresca—with­out booze the wa­ter­melon, hi­bis­cus, green tea, lemon, and honey sing in per­fect har­mony. –Matthew Simko, TV Host, @SimkoSays

Tav­ern Road

All the mock­tails here are amaz­ing. My friend and ex­pert mixol­o­gist Ten­zin Samdo will make you some- thing sweet and in­ter­est­ing. –An­thony Mas­tracci, Writer/ Ed­i­tor, @the_next_ gen­tle­man

Grill 23 & Bar

Their minty mo­jito is so re­fresh­ing, es­pe­cially on a hot and sunny af­ter­noon, and is the per­fect non­al­co­holic drink when you have to go back to work. –Kel­lie Speed, Writer/Ed­i­tor, @haute­liv­ing


Right now we’re crazy about the beet soda with house­made shrub at Ma­maleh’s. It’s tasty, a gor­geous deep color, and we swear it is good for you. –Gil­lian Britt, Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­i­tor, @eat­drin­klucky


The Vi­nendo Fresca made with grapes, fresh berries and or­ange is amaz­ing. They also serve mo­ji­tos “in­no­cente.” –Mark Keaney, Brand Con­sul­tant, @Sprin­klr

75 on Lib­erty Wharf

The vir­gin blue­berry mule is made with mud­dled blue­ber­ries, lime, and topped with gin­ger beer. You al­most for­get the vodka is miss­ing. –Kristin Quinn, Au­thor, @mis­ad­ven­turesin­mom­my­hood

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