Keen to carry on socialising whilst staying sober this January? It’s never been easier with Belgravia’s best bars offering an expertly crafted selection of non-alcoholic cocktails…

The Library Bar at The Lanesborough 

Refreshing and crisp, the ‘Upside Down Fizz’ served at The Library Bar at The Lanesborough is a brilliant blend of Atopia Spiced Citrus mixed with elderflower cordial, lemongrass, vanilla and a hint off fresh lemon juice. Each drink is complimented with vegetable crisps and ginger espuma.

Wild by Tart 

Eccleston Yards’ go-to restaurant and bar for powerful flavours and seasonal ingredients, Wild by Tart’sTart Spritz’ is a crisp concoction of Everleaf ‘Forest’ mixed with lemon, rhubarb and soda. The perfect pre-dinner cocktail.

No 11 Pimlico Road

No 11’sPentire Adrift & Tonic‘ is a fresh, herbaceous cocktail offering notes of citrus, coupled with sage, Rock Samphire and sea salt for a round herbal finish. Made from unique plants native to the Cornish coastline, Pentire is a brand new botanical non-alcoholic spirit drink.

Alfred Tennyson

The perfect location for a cosy winter cocktail, the Alfred Tennyson’sWinter Iced Tea‘ is a delightful mix of homemade winter tea syrup, lime and Sicilian lemon tonic. Located on the corner of Motcomb Street, it’s the ideal place for a break from shopping.

The Collins Room at The Berkeley 

Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks in between, The Collins Room at The Berkeley is designed by acclaimed interior decorator Robert Angell. Offering a wide range of drinks on the menu, we love ‘The Maple Tree‘, a tasty blend of Everleaf forest, Ovant Royal, maple syrup, Sekford whisky mixer and tonic water. And if you change your mind about the alcohol? You can always add in a splash of Woodford reserve bourbon.

Getting There: The Lanesborough is a one minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube station; Wild by Tart is a six minute walk from Victoria train and tube station; No 11 Pimlico Road is a ten minute walk from Victoria train and tube station; Alfred Tennyson is a seven minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station; The Berkeley is a three minute walk from both Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner tube stations.