We may be in the midst of Dryuary, but the annual no-alcohol-in-January challenge isn’t the only reason folks are reaching for the mocktails. These four recipes crafted by Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom are every bit as delicious as any happy hour menu you’ll find — tiki glass included — no matter your motive for passing on the hard stuff.


Lavender Limonata

This crisp, refreshing mocktail is not too sweet or overpowering, a great stand-in for Dryuary.

Serve in a Collins glass

0.75 oz. lavender syrup
0.5 oz. lemon juice
4 oz. Sanpellegrino Limonata

Garnish: Lemon wheel, sweet pea flower and lavender sprig


For Your Health

An earthy and tangy mocktail with a hearty base of ginger beer, this one’s for all the Moscow mule lovers.

Serve in a Collins glass

0.75 oz. yerba mate syrup
0.5 oz. lemon juice
4 oz. ginger beer

Garnish: Lemon wheel and mint sprig


Cherry Basil Tonic

Sit back and enjoy this take on a Shirley Temple with basil syrup and grenadine.

Serve in a rocks glass

0.5 oz. fresh basil syrup
0.5 oz. grenadine
4 oz. tonic

Garnish: Basil leaf and cherry


Tiki Me Back to Summer

Hold on to summer with this ode to the warmer months. The smooth mixture of pineapple and grapefruit juices paired with a bit of simple syrup will have you hearing the waves in no time.

Serve in a tiki glass

1 oz. grapefruit juice
0.75 oz. pineapple juice
0.25 oz. simple syrup
1.5 oz. lemon lime soda
1.5 oz. soda water

Garnish: Pineapple chunk and pineapple leaf