Whether you’re quitting for your health, your wallet, or your waistline, a break from the booze is always a good idea. That’s not to say it’s easy or particularly fun, though. If you’re looking for ways to stay sober and still be social, check out what these London restaurants have planned for Dry January.
Proving that Dry Jan doesn’t have to be completely joyless, Gillray’s are serving a non-alcoholic G&T afternoon tea throughout January. Diners can enjoy views of the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye whilst enjoying freshly baked scones, sweet treats, and dainty sandwiches. Tea is priced at £39, including two glasses of Seedlip and tonic.
Riverside restaurant Skylon is hosting a Seedlip x Skylon supper club on Tuesday 29th January. Guests will enjoy a delicious three-course menu created by head chef Helena Puolakka, plus expertly paired Seedlip non-alcoholic cocktails. Fabulous food on the banks of the Thames – now that’s something to smile about.
Seedlip strikes again at Roast, the iconic British restaurant overlooking Borough Market. Throughout January, non-drinkers can choose from three bespoke cocktails – a Blackberry Sour made with Seedlip Grove 42, a British Garden made with Seedlip Garden 108, and a Rose Martini which combines Seedlip Spice 94 and Seedlip Garden 108. Provided you’re not going vegan as well, why not try their famous pork belly or the dry-aged roast beef?Continue Reading