To enhance our community list, please share any information you have about local non-alcoholic events or restaurants/bars that offer non-alcoholic menus.

  • Porta Asbury Park

    Porta offers a menu of non-alcoholic cocktails in addition to their regular cocktail menu.

    911 Kingsley St, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

  • Watermark Asbury Park

    Watermark periodically hosts Alcohol-Free Socials, and their bar menu always features a variety of non-alcoholic, zero-proof, and low-alcohol cocktails crafted by skilled mixologists.

    800 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

  • Baseline Social at Fort Monmouth

    Monmouth County's newest sports bar and interactive golf experience offers a selection of non-alcoholic cocktails and non-alcoholic beers on its menu.

    675 Oceanport Way Oceanport, NJ 07757.

  • Netties House of Spaghetti

    Nettie's offers a menu of non-alcoholic cocktails called the Placebo Effect Menu. Some of the cocktails on the menu include a Phony Negroni and a Lux Lime Ricky.


  • Stella Marina Bar & Restaurant

    Stella Marina offers a variety of seasonal and craft mocktails

    800 Ocean Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

  • McCloone's

    All McLoone's Restaurants carry a selection of non-alcoholic cocktails on their menus, including the following:

    • Iron Whale; Asbury Park
    • McLoone's Pier House; Long Branch
    • Robinson Ale Houses; Long Branch, Asbury Park, Red Bank
    • Rum Runner; Sea Bright
    • Supper Club; Asbury
  • Bar Bella @ Bellworks

    Bar Bella offers a small menu of non alcoholic signature cocktails

    101 Crawfords Corner Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733

  • Clemmy's Restaurant

    290 US-9, Waretown, NJ 08758 ​(609) 891-4066

    Clemmy’s is a seasonal New American BYOB (offering house made mocktails) that features a rotating menu based on local availability. It is located in Waretown, NJ, and is owned and operated by Chef Allen Walski and his wife, Carolyn. Chef Allen strives to cook superior food, using the freshest ingredients he can source from farms and fisheries in the tri-state area. He firmly believes that the finest food is our harvest in our backyards.

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