What to Drink During Dry January All Around Miami

Congrats on your goal to be healthier in the new year by staying dry in January.  But, giving up alcohol doesn’t mean settling for boring seltzer water. All around body and health-conscious Miami you can find alcohol-free drinks on the cocktail menus of local hot spots for a tasty dryuary experience.

Zero-Proof Drinks at KYU Miami

A favorite destination, in the heart of Miami’s hip Wynwood Art District, for Asian-inspired food and drink.

Black Cherry Soda Pop


Fresh Thyme, Zesty Lemon and house-made Black Cherry Syrup topped off with Club Soda.

Thai Tonic


Kaffir Lime, Lemongrass and Elderflower, come together for a nonalcoholic twist on a gin and tonic that offers a citric, herbal taste.

Ginger Chili Soda


A mocktail, with a kick, that infuses Club Soda with house-made Ginger Chili Syrup.

251 NW 25th Street, Miami (Wynwood), kyumiami.com

Spirit-Free Creations at Zuma Miami

Enjoy these drinks at these chic and minimalist Japanese hot spot overlooking the Miami River, with shared dishes, sushi and more.



This fruity mocktail is a light and refreshing; blended with creamy Calpico, Peach Puree, crushed Berries and a splash of Ginger Ale, before being topped off with a fresh Strawberry.



Handcrafted with fresh Mint, Passion Fruit, Pineapple and a splash of Orange Juice.

270 Biscayne Blvd Way (in Kimpton EPIC Hotel), Miami; zumarestaurant.com/locations/miami/

Mocktails at L Bar at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

The resort’s intimate cocktail and music lounge, L Bar, offers inventive creations sans alcohol as well as handcrafted cocktails using fresh, seasonal produce, and house-made syrups.

Blood Orange Cooler


Agave Nectar, Blood Orange, Mint and fresh Lime.

Grape Rosemary Smash


Rosemary, Green Grapes, and fresh Lime, topped with Rosemary Sprigs.

Watermelon Cilantro Fresca


Cilantro, Watermelon Chunks, fresh Lime and Agave Nectar.

1 Seminole Way, (inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino), Hollywood FL; seminolehardrockhollywood.com

Iced Teas ETARU Hallandale

Best enjoyed on the restaurant’s water-fronted terrace, these are refreshingly sweet non-alcoholic alternatives compliment ETARU’s Japanese robatayaki cuisine.

Matcha Iced Tea


Matcha, Iced Tea, Yuzu and Mango.

Hibiscus & Orange Blossom Iced Tea


Floral iced teas mixed with Yuzu and Soda.

111 South Surf Road in Hallandale Beach FL, and ETARU Las Olas; 500 East Las Olas Boulevard, Downtown Fort Lauderdale FL;  etarurestaurant.us 

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