Where To Go If You’re Sober For October

Whether you are going sober for October, or you simply don’t drink alcohol, here are the best places to enjoy London’s most delicious drinks, with no nasty hangover!

Redemption Notting Hill

Where?

6 Chepstow Road, Notting Hill, ​W2 5BH

What?

Led by girl bosses, Catherine Salway and Andrea Waters,Redemption was created as a social space where you can enjoy yourself, without harming your health.

 

Yeotown Kitchen

Where?

 40–42 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, W1U 7QN

What?

Mercedes and Simon Sieff, the couple behind the award winning Yeotown health retreat, are bringing their healthy living ethos to London. The Kitchen offers guests a haven space in the bustling city, complete with meditation sessions and meditation pods.

SushiSamba

Where?

 Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY

What?

With an impressive menu of mocktails, guests can enjoy their drink whilst gazing out across the skies of London.

Skylon

Where?

 Royal Festival Hall, London SE1 8XX, United Kingdom

What?

Situated alongside the river Thames, Skylon bar has a carefully curated alcohol-free drinks menu including favourites such as the Spiced Iced Tea and the Dragon Cooler.

Brewdog

Where?

113 Bayham St, Camden Town, London NW1 0AG

What?

In the heart of Camden, you may be surprised to hear that at the Brewdog you can enjoy a fully flavoured craft beer at only 0.5%. Made with Centennial, Amarillo, Columbus, Cascade and Simcoe hops, the Nanny State may be low in alcohol, but it certainly doesn’t compromise the taste.

 

The Coal Shed

Where?

One Tower Bridge, 4 Crown Square, SE1 2SE

What?

To celebrate all those taking part in Sober October, The Coal Shed have released a new mocktail called The Autumn Gimlet. With horseradish syrup and homemade non-alcoholic gin, The Autumn Gimlet is an exciting new mocktail that breaks away from convention.