Seattle's Best Mocktails

Seattle's Best Mocktails

Posted By Schick Shadel || Feb 22, 2016

Downtown SeattleAt Schick Shadel, we know that after alcohol addiction treatment, one of the biggest challenges is finding ways to go out and have fun with your friends and family without drinking. Temptation is extremely difficult to deal with, but it is not impossible. Many people drink because they simply like the taste of the beverage. This is still possible to achieve if you know where to find the perfect mocktail. In Seattle, there are a number of places that make mocktails that will be perfect for you to sip on while hanging out with your friends.


Located in the U-District, this place has a lemonade that is perfect with the pub-style food they serve up. While it may be tempting to order some kind of alcoholic drink, this lemonade can help satisfy the need for beers and cocktails while pairing with some great sausage.

Ray’s Café

If you’re looking for a great view in Ballard and a place that is perfect for a mocktail, Ray’s Café is the place for you. One of their drinks is called the Spicy Lime Sunset Splash. It is a non-alcoholic drink with lemon, lime, cranberry, and a habañero lime syrup sure to give a little kick.

Loulay Kitchen & Bar

A trip to downtown Seattle will lead you to Loulay Kitchen & Bar where they not only have an array of non-alcoholic beverages, they also allow customers to make their own sodas. One of their drinks — the Lotus Flower — is made with basil, lime, sage, cucumber, and soda. This refreshing drink is the perfect mocktail to try.

You shouldn’t be afraid to go out and enjoy your new life. There will always be temptation, but knowing how to avoid it and turn it down can make things better for you in the long term. At Schick Shadel, we are determined to help you move forward in life without the need for alcohol. Call today to get started.

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