Vibrant flavors, guilt-free indulgence, and unforgettable moments can all be made with mocktails. Whether you’re planning a special occasion, a cozy night in, or simply looking to explore new taste sensations, these alcohol-free beverages are your ticket! Here’s to versatility, health-consciousness, and creativity!
Dooky Chase’s Restaurant
Eve Marie Haydel, Bar Manager at Dooky Chase’s Restaurant shows us how to create two mocktails; Leah’s Garden and City Limits. You can try these at home or visit Dooky Chase’s at
Part owner/operator of Mawi Tortillas, Will Avelar prepares mocktail versions of Horchata and Tamarindo. Try these mocktails and more in person at 5050 W Esplanade Avenue, Suite C, Metairie, LA.
Owner Vyoone Lewis and Mixologist, Kasey Hall from Vyoone’s shares recipes for spring/summery mocktails, the Fresh Berry French 75 and the Parisian Sunset. Try them on your own or at the restaurant at 412 Girod Street, New Orleans, LA 70130.
Baroness on Baronne
Baroness on Baronne‘s owner, Camille Whitworth and bartender, Hayden Winkler give us a take on the classic Southside — the CBD Southside and the vinegar based fruit syrup, the Raspberry Shrub. You can visit Baroness at 339 Baronne Street, New Orleans, LA 70112.
Alfred Singleton from Cafe Sbisa brings us to the beach inspired drinks that are alcohol free, of course. Introducing the 0 Proof Peach Bellini and the Passion Paradise. Go and check them out at 1011 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116. Reservations encouraged!
Rounding out or Mocktail Mondays series and Edgar ‘Dook’ Chase, IV and Eve Marie Haydel from Chapter IV. First the Kickin’ It, inspired by the Paloma and then the lavendar syrup based Pollinator, inspired by the Bees Knees. You can visit Chapter IV at 1301 Gravier St., New Orleans, LA 70112.