7 places to crush “Dry January” in Lakeland, FL


Mocktails from Revival | Photo via the LALtoday team

Dry January, the popular resolution where individuals abstain from alcohol for the month of January, aims to help participants refocus their health priorities during the new year. And, if you’re like us and have reached your quota for Diet Coke with lime, we have some good news.

Check out seven spots around Swan City where you can order a mocktail.
Poor Porker, 801 E Main St.
Take a drive over to Poor Porker today from 5-10 p.m. for matcha and mocktails from 16.92 for Smoke Fest. This event will also feature gluten-free and vegan eats, Delta-8 products, beignets, and entertainment.

Federal Bar Lakeland, 124 S. Tennessee Ave.
Pop into Federal Bar and order a round of mocktails. The team at this local spot is happy to turn any of the listed cocktails into $5 mocktail versions.

Revival, 119 S. Kentucky Ave.
This dedicated bar downtown is able to whip up any cocktail into a mocktail. Fun fact: a few months back, we ordered a mocktail, which was a non-alcoholic riff on an Aperol Spritz. Be on the lookout for more mocktail-specific options coming to Revival in the coming weeks.
Krazy Kombucha, 1030 Florida Ave. S.

If you want a beverage with flavor and health benefits, mix this kombucha with other beverages to concoct a refreshing mocktail — our favorite is the strawberry.

Rec Room, 202 N. Massachusetts Ave.

Much like Revival and Federal Bar, the staff at Rec Room is happy to mix you a beverage, sans alcohol, to quench your thirst for something stronger.

Publix GreenWise, 4747 Florida Ave. S. Ste. 110

The POURS section at GreenWise offers up bubbly kombucha on tap that you can sip at their bar in the supermarket, or take on the go while you wander the store.

Red Door Lakeland, 733 E. Palmetto St.

This spot offers two mocktails for your dry January desires like the sparkling hibiscus ginger lemonade or the winter punch.

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