Best Alcohol-Free Spots in Dublin

From Guinness 0.0 to Tanqueray or Gordons non-alcoholic gins, or the many fantastic mocktails available in Dublin bars, Dublin is becoming a place where non-drinkers and drinkers are spoilt for choice within the very same venues. Take a look at some of the best options to find alcohol-free drinks in Dublin today.

So, where in Dublin are the best places for non-alcoholic drinks?

  1. Guinness Storehouse

Whether you’re visiting Dublin or playing tour guide for family and friends, The Guinness Storehouse will be a must visit stop on your itinerary. After perusing the seven floors complex, your tour will naturally end on a high: at the Gravity bar where the 360-degree views are matched by the range of drinks on offer. Those staying alcohol free will be pleased to discover that Guinness 0.0 (served here on tap) boasts the exact same irresistible creamy taste and velvet-like finish as its counterpart just with no alcohol - meaning everyone can toast a visit to The Guinness Storehouse! Or finish your tour with a variety of soft drinks or Guinness Clear.

A beautiful pint of Guinness 0.0 perfect sit on a table where you can see engraved the tagline My Goodness, My Guinness

  1. Roe & Co Distillery

Situated in the heart of the Liberties on the site of the former Guinness Power Station, Roe & Co Distillery offers an unrivalled distillery experience in Dublin’s Liberties area. While you can opt to go on a choice of two curated experiences complete with a tour of the distillery, you can also book into the beautiful Power House bar separately to enjoy the scintillating array of drinks on offer. This includes two expertly designed signature mocktails. Two sure winners for drinkers and non-drinkers alike.

  • ‘Bah Bah’

Basil’ offers bright and herbal flavours accented by grassy notes that will keep you coming back for more.

  • ‘Never Miss a Beet’

This delicious mocktail serves up a contrasting experience with an aromatic smoky texture bolstered by the complexity of its foundational tea blend.

Delicious 'Never miss a beet' mocktail served on a small lead-free crystal cocktail glass with stunning etched pattern around the bowl.


  1. Board

Board is a completely non-alcoholic venue specialising in board games, alcohol-free drinks, and tasty dishes. With Guinness 0.0 on tap and a warm atmosphere to match, Board hosts a range of fun themed nights including speed dating, quiz nights, chess tournaments among many more that are sure to help you get out of your comfort zone!

A highlight of Board’s non-alcoholic offering is their ‘Pecan’ mocktail. A mouth-watering blend of Siegfried Wonderoak, Lyres spiced cane, Crossip Smokey Dandy, Rich pecan syrup, and Espresso. Think Espresso Martini….


  1. Lemon & Duke

Billed as New York meets Dublin, this city centre bar is an ideal spot for anyone hoping to elevate their night out beyond the usual. Nestled in the Royal Hibernian Way, Lemon & Duke features live music on the weekends with a DJ every Friday and Saturday which only adds to its vibrant atmosphere. With an impressive choice of mocktails, you will have trouble choosing which one to go for! 

We recommend the ‘Shamed Zombie Slayer’ mocktail. A blend of Non-Alcoholic Gin, Passionfruit Puree, Orgeat, Lime Juice, Pineapple Juice. Or, the ‘Not A Whiskey Sour’, Non-Alcoholic Gin, Lychee Syrup, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Egg White, Fresh Raspberries.


  1. The Back Page

For a totally different kind of alcohol-free night out in Dublin, try the relaxed setting of the Back Page in Phibsborough. Plenty of low and no alcohol variants are on the menu to fuel the dizzying array of social events and games nights the pub hosts. Fancy taking part in a wing eating contest, booking a karaoke room for a special celebration, or enjoying a spot of bingo brunch? With all of this is on the table and more, you will have plenty of fun with these activities where anyone can take part - if you dare!

Here we recommend keeping it simple with a good non-alcoholic Gin & Tonic.

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