Five Spots for Non-Alcoholic Cocktails and Beers

Participating in Dry January or choosing to be alcohol-free year-round?

Jackson has several spots to enjoy refreshing low to no-ABV options.

BRAVO! Italian Restaurant & Bar

Located in Highland Village, this Italian dining staple offers a Temperance Menu with plenty of full-bodied, sophisticated options like the "In Full Bloom," featuring Seedlip’s Grove 42 Non-Alcoholic Spirit and the flavors of ginger, orange spice, and lemongrass. Other go-to's are the "Espresso Notini" and "Unpickled," for those who love the taste of a martini sans booze.

Sal & Mookie's New York Pizza and Ice Cream Joint

Under the same ownership as BRAVO!, Sal & Mookie's can make many of your favorite cocktails alcohol-free to pair with your pizza or pasta. Try a drink from their Italian-style soda menu, featuring options like the "Pom-fabulous," with Pomegranate Torani, orange juice, apple juice, and a splash of ginger ale.

Eudora's Mississippi Brasserie

One of Jackson's newest and most celebrated French-inspired restaurants, Eudora's Mississippi Brasserie offers a handful of craft no-ABV beers from Athletic Brewing Co. to enjoy, including their Wild Run IPA and their specialty Athletic Light brew.

Good Bar

A locals hangout in Belhaven Town Center, Good Bar features an extensive and eclectic Non-Alcoholic and low-ABV menu with the same depth and breadth as a standard wine and cocktail list. Grab a spot on their outdoor patio and sip on non-alc canned and bottled beer and wine, as well as originals like the "Parch Spiced Pinarita," with pineapple, agave, prickly pear, mole bitters, and lime.

Library Lounge

Tucked away at the historic Fairview Inn, Library Lounge serves up a non-alcoholic drink menu for anyone "looking to study or feel the need to read" after the second glass. Try Mississippi-inspired sips like "My Dog Skip," a concoction of blood orange, thyme, white peach, lime, sour, cranberry, bitters, and soda. If you're in a brunch mood, the "Shiloh" is the perfect spicy substitute for an alcoholic Bloody Mary.

Anne Marie Hanna


Anne Marie Hanna