Whatever your reasons for skipping the booze, you’re increasingly well catered for by Bath’s bars and restaurants. More and more are stocked with alternatives to popular spirits, beers and wines that taste just as great as their alcoholic counterparts.

From a quirky cocktail bar to refined restaurants, here are some of the top places for alcohol-free tipples in Bath.

Independent Spirit of Bath

One of the top rated bottleshops in the region, this shop stocks a great range of no and low alcohol beers and spirits alongside its core range.

The Hideout

Alongside their signature serves and classic cocktails, the talented team at The Hideout can also whip up some delicious mocktails, with one of their top sellers including Lyre's Gin, Rosso Vermouth and rhubarb & hibiscus tonic. Or how about one with orange sherbert, Lapsang Souchong tea and Maraschino Cherry with a mandarin & ginger mixer?

Man with cocktail
Image: The Hideout

The Grapes

Take your pick from Estrella Galicia 0% or Bristol Beer Factory's 0.5% Clear Head in this friendly city centre pub.

The Pig & Fiddle

This popular sports pub close to Walcot Street and Milsom Place is owned by Butcombe Brewery, who make Goram IPA Zero, their multi-award winning alcohol free beer. Accolades include Gold at the World Alcohol Free Awards, as well as Gold at the World Beer Awards, SIBA and Taste of the West. Try it on tap here!

woman pouring beer
Image - Butcombe Brewery


Choose from a range of mocktails to accompany your Indian sharing feast at Bandook. Will you opt for a Bandook Special with fresh blueberries, mint leaf, lime and brown sugar topped with ginger beer, a Passion Fruit Mojito or a refreshing Lassi with apple and rhubarb, saffron and honey.

Bandook Bath
Image - Bandook

Circo Bar

This sophisticated cocktail bar has a dedicated low and no alcohol section of its menu, with twists on classics including an Espresso No-tini, Not Dark & Stormy, Raspberry No-jito and Passionfruit No-colada.

Circo Bar - Espresso Martini
Image - Circo

The Bath Townhouse

Kick back in one of Bath's most photogenic locations with a Cherry Blossom Spritz, or a Peach Trip (Trip peach & ginger CBD infused, ginger, apple juice).

Turtle Bay

You can still make the most of Turtle Bay’s much-loved happy hour (which lasts most of the day!) if you’re sticking to alcohol-free drinks. The two-for-one deal covers mocktails, with virgin editions of their Kolada, Passion Punch, and Raspberry Reggae on the menu. The fresh, tropical drinks are a perfect match for their delicious Caribbean dishes.  

Selection of mocktails at Turtle BayImage - Turtle Bay

Cloisters Restaurant at Bailbrook House Hotel

There’s no need to pass on wine when you join the Cloisters Restaurant for an evening of fine dining. Their wine list includes the alcohol-free Torres Natureo from Catalunya in red, white and rose. Enjoy with one of the seasonal contemporary British dishes, surrounded by Bath stone and stunning views of the grounds and countryside.

Cloisters Restaurant
Image - Cloisters Restaurant

The Ivy Bath Brasserie

Based in a beautiful Georgian building on Milsom Street, visit this sophisticated all-day dining spot for leisurely lunches, dinners, and drinks with friends. On top of their usual mocktails and coolers made with popular alcohol-free spirits, they’ve always got some specials for Dry January.

Bar at Ivy Bath Braasserie
Image - The Ivy Bath Brasserie

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Cloisters Restaurant at Bailbrook House Hotel
Cloisters Restaurant at Bailbrook House Hotel

A stunning restaurant tucked away in a mansion house hotel.

Independent Spirit of Bath
Independent Shop
Display of Whiskey minis

Established in 2013 Independent spirit of Bath is Bath's premier retailer of whiskies, gins, craft beer and cocktail ingredients.

Japanese dishes at Robun

Robun is a celebration of authentic Japanese food and drink, specialising in a modern take on Yakiniku – the art of grilling over a traditional charcoal fire. The menu also incorporates sushi and sashimi, ramen, bento boxes and bao buns, all served alongside an unparalleled list of sake, Japanese whisky and cocktails.

The Coconut Tree Bath
The Coconut Tree

The Coconut Tree’s take on Sri Lankan cuisine is made up of smaller tapas-style dishes embracing plants, fish and meat - it’s a menu that naturally offers something for everyone.

The Ivy Bath Brasserie & Garden
Interior of The Ivy Bath Brasserie & Garden

The Ivy Bath Brasserie on Milsom Street offers relaxed yet sophisticated all-day dining.

Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay

Caribbean restaurant and bar bringing a loud, proud and authentic experience to Bath.



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