5 Spots for Mocktails in San Francisco

Catering to those seeking sophisticated non-alcoholic alternatives, the following are some of the top spots to enjoy an inventive mocktail in San Francisco. 

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For a mocktail experience that transcends the ordinary, look no further than Nari, a Thai-inspired dining destination with Californian flare. The cocktail menu extends a warm invitation to non-drinkers, boasting an array of meticulously crafted mocktails. These sips include the Unakarn, with Seedlip Grove, shisho, lemongrass and tonic; Illa with Martini & Rossi Floreale, strawberry, thyme, egg white and soda; and Suwan, with Pentire Adrift, Seedlip Grove, passionfruit, orgeat and lemon (to name a few). Each curated sip is available during operating hours, from Sunday to Thursday, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information, visit


At Copra, the art of mixology extends beyond spirits to embrace the world of mocktails. With an extensive drink menu that caters to all preferences, a unique 3-ft. bar and an award-winning mixology team, it is no surprise that Copra is a haven for those seeking a sophisticated mocktail in San Francisco. These curated concoctions include Salty City, with coconut yogurt, cucumber, salt, black garlic and lemon; Tiger’s Eye, with cinnamon, star anise, lemon and Wilderton Lustre & Bittersweet Aperitivo; and Orange Ruby, with lemongrass, Wilderton Lustre, Martini Vibrante, orange blossom, tonic and Makrut lime leaf. Copra is open daily from 5 to 10 p.m. For more information, visit

Kyoto at Bar Iris

Bar Iris

Known for its creative Japanese-inspired concoctions, Bar Iris offers a range of alcohol-free elixirs that rival their spirited counterparts. Each Insta-worthy sip proves that abstaining from alcohol doesn’t mean compromising on taste, with options including Kyoto, with Granny Smith apples, sweet woodruff, Aplós Calme and club soda; Nagasaki, with geranium, lime, N/A spirits, Martini & Rossi Floreale and N/A absinthe; and Tokyo with Martini & Rossi Vibrante, Bittersweet Aperitivo, N/A Giffard aperitif and N/A Verjus Rouge (to name a few). Bar Iris is open Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 5 to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, from 3 p.m. to midnight. For more information, visit

Cole Valley Tavern

Nestled in a charming neighborhood on Cole Street, Cole Valley Tavern offers a delightful escape for mocktail enthusiasts. With a cozy ambiance and a thoughtful selection of alcohol-free creations, this tavern is a hidden gem where patrons can unwind and relish in the art of mocktail craftsmanship. Handcrafted sips include Grapefruit Serrano with grapefruit juice, serrano pepper, mint, agave and soda water; Lyre Lyre Spritz with Lyre’s Italian Orange N/A spirit, grapefruit, ginger beer, soda water and edible flowers; and Ginger Bear, with ginger syrup, grapefruit, lemon, soda water and gummy bears. This spot for mocktails in San Francisco is open Wednesday to Friday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Monday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, visit

Bota-Nada at ABV


Dive into the heart of San Francisco’s craft beverage scene at ABV, where mocktails are given the same attention to detail as their spirited counterparts. This award-wining neighborhood spot offers an assortment of sips for N/A drinkers, including Green Dream, with tarragon, lemon and ginger; N/A Negroni with N/A aperitif and charred grapefruit and tonic; and Bota-Nada, with pineapple, pickle brine, hot sauce, lemon and N/A IPA (to name a few). ABV is open daily from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. For more information, visit

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