Top Mocktail Spots in Bellingham

Whether you're celebrating dry January, trying to cut back, or drinking just isn't your thing, there are tons of ways to celebrate around Bellingham and Whatcom County. For the teetotalers out there, Bellingham offers plenty of places to enjoy a delicious alcohol-free beverage. These mocktail spots in Bellingham are a great way for non-drinkers to still enjoy an outing with friends without sitting empty-handed. All of them offer non-alcoholic drinks as well as delicious snacks, apps, and main courses. Cheers!

Galloway's Cocktail Bar in Fairhaven Village offers an incredible selection of delicious and refreshing zero-proof cocktails, from their Thyme Out Greyhound (grapefruit, organic lemon, thyme, club soda) to their Cafe Disco (cold brew, monin pastachio, cream, and orange zest - also available hot with coffee and whipped cream.)

They also offer more eclectic non-alcoholic concoctions, like their Almond Cloudburst, featuring giffard orgeat, bitterman's xocolatl mole bitters, cream, club soda, and cinnamon dust. Yum! 

Choose from a selection of interesting non-alcoholic concoctions such as pomegranite sparkling lemonade, sparkling spiced cider, and seedlip and Yuzu tonic.

While you're there, pair your drink with one of Bellingham Cider Company's delicious entrees, from pizza and burgers to pasta and seafood. If it's sunny outside, nab a coveted spot on their expansive outdoor patio, with views of Bellingham Bay in the distance. 

The Blue Abode is your best bet for delicious mocktails in Bellingham's Barkley neighborhood. Choose from delicious non-alcoholic beverages like their Virgin Pomegranate Collins, Virgin Mojito, Virgin Bloody Mary or Caesar (using house mix!), or Virgin Strawberry Lemonade made with natural strawberry puree. Many of Blue Abode's drinks use house-made ingredients. 

Come for the mocktails, stay for the incredible atmosphere and good vibes. The Blue Abode is billed as "a comfortable neighborhood bar where you can come as you are." They have TVs, entertainment, a food menu, and local artwork on display. 

This notable restaurant in downtown Bellingham is most-known for its meats and locally sourced produce, but its drink menu deserves its own hype. 

In addition to a large selection of alcoholic cocktails, they also offer two alcohol-free mocktails. 

Try the Virgin Roasted Pina Colada, made with fire roasted pineapples, or the Virgin Mule.


This homey-but-classy neighborhood bar in Fairhaven offers a few non-alcoholic beverages, including a mocktail. You can also enjoy a simple soda and shrub. Pair your tasty beverage with a bite from their provisions menu, including a melted brie and baguette board. 


The Culture Cafe is THE place to go if you're looking for mouthwatering Hawaiian and southeast-Asian-inspired food plus a variety of non-alcoholic beverage options. In addition to locally made Kombucha Town kombucha, they also offer several cold-pressed juices as well as ginger beer, Thai iced tea, POG juice, agua fresca, and seltzer/kombucha combos. 

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