Regent Street mocktail tour for London Cocktail Week

london cocktail week logoA “cocktail safari” around the bars, restaurants and cafés of London’s Regent Street and the surrounding area will celebrate mocktails for London Cocktail Week.

The tour will guide people around places where they can enjoy non-alcoholic cocktails such as a G-Tox, Bambini Bellini and Virgin Mary – plus alcoholic cocktails if they prefer too.

The Regent Street Cocktail Safari starts with Aqua bar and restaurants for the G-Tox, combining mango with white peach, agave nectar, fresh orange juice and cranberry juice.

Italian restaurant Sartoria in Savile Row has created the Virgin strawberry limonata with strawberry puree, cranberry juice and lemonade while the Bambini Bellini at The Living Room in Heddon Street mixes peach, cranberry juice and lemonade.

At Piccolino, also in Heddon Street, the Piccolino Fruit Punch mixes peach and strawberry puree with orange and pineapple juice and a splash of grenadine. At Inamo St James, there is The Tropical Storm, a blend of passion fruit, lime and guava with a hint of cinnamon, served long.

Downstairs at steak restaurant and bar Mash in the Regent Street Quadrant, team will create a mocktail for you based on your ideal flavours. Next door, Bar Américain at Brasserie Zédel offers a fruit punch with blackberry and raspberry puree, lemon juice and sugar syrup.

FishWorks in Swallow Street is offering a Virgin Bloody Mary, served with Prestige Spéciale de Claire oysters. Also in Swallow Street, restaurant and bar Gaucho offers a traditional Mojito with an alcohol-free twist while The Courthouse Doubletree Hotel bars in Great Marlborough Street celebrate their refreshing Cranberry Mojito.



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