A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.

Will mocktails replace cocktails? Restaurants and bars in London, New York and Hong Kong prepare for a dry January – which lasts all year

Bars and restaurants in major cities are changing their cocktail menus to include non-alcoholic drinks as people begin to avoid alcohol due to its affect on physical and mental health

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A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.
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Victoria Burrows

Victoria Burrows

A former senior commissioning editor at the South China Morning Post and restaurant critic for the Wall Street Journal Asia, Victoria writes about food, travel, books and the arts for the BBC, Travel + Leisure, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and more.