Las Vegas Blog

Everything Las Vegas

Quench Your Thirst With Vegas Mocktails And More

Last updated: September 16, 2019 at 11:21 am. Posted by in Nightlife. Comments Off on Quench Your Thirst With Vegas Mocktails And More.

Collectively – if you count every bar, performance venue, hotel room with a case from the liquor store and so forth –  Las Vegas pours an unfathomable amount of alcohol on a daily basis. That’s just an inseparable part of the city.

But there are plenty of situations when you can’t or simply don’t feel like imbibing. That doesn’t mean, however, that you don’t want to spend time with people who do, or just want to indulge in something nicer than a coffee or soda water with lemon when you’re going out.

Luckily, mocktails and sobriety are kind of having a moment right now. And as with most things in the culinary world, Las Vegas isn’t a place to let a trend pass by without putting a twist or two on it.

We’ve gathered are some of our favorite places that serve tasty mocktails in Las Vegas.

5 Places To Get The Best Las Vegas Mocktails

Las Vegas mocktails over brunch at GIADA at The Cromwell.

Brunch it up at GIADA at The Cromwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

First, let’s start with some mocktails over brunch. Over at The Cromwell, complement your bennies at GIADA with one of these two tasty creations.

  • Dolce Vita: Fresh orange, peach puree, blood orange syrup, elderflower tonic and club soda.
  • Birdie: Muddled strawberry and basil, Ceylon Gold iced tea and Giada’s Italian basil lemonade.
Las Vegas mocktails at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

A pint of ale might be the drink that comes to mind when you think “pub.” Over at Caesars Palace, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill offers some refreshing zero-proof beverages that go well for washing down the famous chef’s take on British pub grub.

  • London Breeze: Cranberry, pineapple, orange and ginger ale.
  • Pineapple Express: Fresh lime, pineapple and ginger beer.
  • Cucumber Cooler: Fresh lime, cucumber and orange.
  • Here Comes the Sun: Blackberry, lemon, Sierra Mist and ginger ale.
  • Fauxito: Fresh mint, lime and simple syrup.
Cold beer on the patio deck at Beer Park Las Vegas.

Enjoy the view of Las Vegas Boulevard. Photo courtesy of BEER PARK Las Vegas.

Non-alcoholic beer might not have quite the visual allure of a fancily prepared mocktail, but a cold one just pairs oh-so-perfectly with watching a game at BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas. BEER PARK’s big beer selection includes St. Pauli Girl N.A., a traditional style pilsner with no alcohol.

Enjoy Las Vegas mocktails at The LINQ Promenade

Whether you’re meeting with friends at a bar or going to the comedy club, enjoy zero-proof libations at The LINQ. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

At The LINQ Hotel + Experience, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips offers some thirst-smashing lemonade creations like Pomegranate Blueberry and Peach and Ginger Lemonade.

Also at The LINQ Promenade, Jimmy Kimmel Comedy Club offers a few mocktails.

  • Cleto Nojito: Mint simple syrup, lime juice and Sierra Mist.
  • Cousin Sal: Grenadine, cherry juice and grapefruit Jarritos.
  • Jerry’s Towel: Lime juice, kiwi puree and Sprite.

Who needs a boozed-up “spiked” milkshake, when you’ve got a slice of cake in your shake? Cafe Hollywood at Planet Hollywood’s Super Nova Shakes are some of the over-the-top edible creations you’ll ever see. Life needs more cookie straws.

Super nova shakes at Cafe Hollywood in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas

Super Nova shakes at Cafe Hollywood in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Photo by Sam Abrams.

And finally, when they open in November 2019, the frosty Icebar at The LINQ Promenade will offer a selection of super cool mocktails on their menu.

  • Igloo: Sweet & sour mix, Sprite and cranberry juice.
  • Jack Frost: Orange and pineapple juice with soda.
  • Yeti: Lemon-lime soda with white cranberry and a splash of grenadine.


Tags: , , , ,

About The Author

Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

View Posts

Comments are closed.