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Raise Your Glass to the Best Places for Mocktails In & Near Saratoga Springs, NY

Saratoga Springs, NY, and its surrounding areas are known for their vibrant social scene and excellent cuisine. If you're seeking a refreshing, alcohol-free drink, you're in luck! Here are 9 of the best places for mocktails in and near Saratoga.

Top 9 Spots for Zero-Proof Pleasures

13 North

three pink colored mocktails on platter

In Malta, 13 North is a local favorite for fresh American fare and tasty mocktails. We recommend the "Mockarita"—a simple, non-alcoholic version of a traditional margarita made with orange juice, lime juice, and ginger beer.

Boca Bistro

upclose photo of mocktail with lemon
Photo Credit: Ryan Manning

Boca Bistro, also in Saratoga Springs, offers a delightful mocktail menu that's perfect for those looking to skip the alcohol. The "Grapefruit Spritz," pictured above, consists of grapefruit juice, simple syrup, club soda, and fresh lemon juice that combine for a nice tang.


hands with drinks cheersing over table with mexican food

Cantina is a Mexican-inspired eatery in the heart of Saratoga Springs serving up favorites like Mexican street corn, chimichangas, and churros. While they're known for their insanely large tequila and mezcal selections, you'll also find delicious zero-proof drinks on their menu.

Order one of their specialty mocktails, like the Guava Mai Tai, or opt for a classic, like a mojito or flavored margarita.

The Front Street Social Club

line up of four mocktails

For a refreshing sip, visit The Front Street Social Club in Ballston Spa. This speakeasy-style bar takes mocktails seriously, offering a range of alcohol-free options, like their "Sparkling Hibiscus Sour," made with sweet hibiscus, lemon, soda water, and topped with a lemon twist and Luxardo cherry.

In addition to their delicious mocktails, they also offer non-alcoholic craft beer.

Hamlet & Ghost

pink and white mocktail
Photo Credit: Anne Marie Mueschke Photography

Hamlet & Ghost in Saratoga Springs is renowned for its innovative cocktails, but they also offer impressive non-alcoholic options. Their "Red Light Special" mocktail (pictured above), made with Seedlip Grove, strawberry, lime, and spirit-free aperitif, is a standout choice.


mocktail drink besides two bottles
Courtesy of Hattie's Restaurant

Hattie's in Saratoga Springs isn't all about brunch, it's also where you'll find mocktails that are worth waking up for! This spot is a beloved Saratoga brunch staple, and it sure doesn't disappoint when it comes to mocktails.

Their "Mixed Berry & Mint No-Jito" is a delightful blend of mint, seasonal berries, and lime that's garnished with sugar cane, making it the ideal choice for a sweet and satisfying sip.

Next Door Kitchen & Bar

collage of colorful mocktails

Next Door Kitchen & Bar in Ballston Spa is a cozy eatery that knows how to keep everyone in good spirits with their large selection of mocktails.

Their "Charred Pineapple Margarita Zero" is made with zero-proof tequila so it has all of the flavors of a regular margarita without the alcohol, making it one of their most popular drinks.

Rhea Saratoga

5 cocktail drinks lined up in a row
Photo Credit: Ryan Manning

Rhea Saratoga is a chic hotspot located on Broadway that offers exceptional non-alcoholic beverages.

The "Mother of Zeus" is a blend of passion fruit, lime, mint, and citrus bitters that makes for a seriously refreshing drink. Pair one of their inventive mocktails with their equally enticing dishes, and you're in for an incredible dining experience.

Seneca Saratoga

an assortment of drinks from Seneca restaurant
Photo Credit: Ryan Manning

Enjoy the flavors of fresh bounty at Seneca Saratoga, located in downtown Saratoga on Division Street. This delicious spot builds their menu around local fruits and vegetables, and seasonal steaks and seafood.

Seneca's cocktail menu also features fresh ingredients in various unique drinks, like the "Cucumber Dill," which is exactly what it sounds like, but better.

As the demand for alcohol-free options continue to increase, Saratoga's dining scene is rising to the occasion. Cheers!

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