Whether you’re indulging in Las Vegas’ sophisticated cocktail scene or not, everyone deserves to have a good time when they’re out enjoying the destination. And Vegas brings its world-famous hospitality to mocktails – delicious drinks sans alcohol.

And good news! There’s a thriving mocktail scene in Las Vegas. The custom cocktail menus at Vegas’ bars and restaurants increasingly include house-designed mocktails, made with nonalcoholic spirits or no spirits at all. Think freshly pressed juices with a bit of fizz as a base, or an aromatic tea with smoked herbs. Or ask your server for the flavor profile you prefer.

Here are some of the many Las Vegas lounges, bars and speakeasies with mocktails on the menu. And even if mocktails aren’t on the menu, just ask! The city’s bartenders are known for their friendly hospitality; yours will gladly mix you up a gorgeous glass full of flavor, without the alcohol.

  1. WAKUDA at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas specializes in omakase – which translates to “I leave it up to you.” You have the chef decide your meal based on seasonal specialties. Take a chance and extend that to your mocktails or try one of its house-designed concoctions. The bar uses Lyre’s nonalcoholic spirits to create an array of tropical and Japanese-inspired drinks. Try a Hosaka Fever with Lyre’s Spiced Sugar Cane, pineapple, green tea and lime.

  2. You’ll find handcrafted mocktails in a decadent and romantic space at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace. The garden atmosphere provides a majestic vibe for guests with its sparkling chandeliers, a menu that is as bold as the reality star behind it, Lisa Vanderpump, as she brings her trademark over-the-top creativity to every aspect of this venue, especially with its mocktail section. Order the Caesars Berries, a blush-colored mix of raspberry, mint, hibiscus, lemon, coconut and soda for bubbles.

  3. Time travel to the prohibition era via The Underground exhibit at The Mob Museum. Then end your adventure at The Underground Speakeasy & Distillery, right there in the museum’s basement. Sure, the story here is all about spirits in secret, but the cocktail menu acknowledges the sober, too. Try a Test Pilot, a fizzy, refreshing combination of juniper berry, elderflower, cherry and soda. 

  1. For a refreshing splash of flavor after a day in the Vegas sunshine, head to Hotel Bar at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas for its Cucumber Watermelon Fresca. Sip this mixologist-designed combination of citrusy flavor and color while admiring the lights of the Strip from this elegant 23rd floor space.  

  2. Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den bills itself as a “vice den,” but it’s up to you if that vice is alcohol. Settle in at this laid-back, hidden corner tucked inside Famous Foods at Resorts World Las Vegas. Think vintage prohibition style meets the bright flavors of Singapore. Need a caffeine bump? Go for the Invisible Ink: cold brew, orange, raspberry, and CALPICO soda.

  3. Martini? Pina Colada? Mojito? CASBAR Lounge at SAHARA Las Vegas uses low or no ABV (alcohol by volume) mixers to reimagine classic cocktails as mocktails. The mocktails here get even more magical with a touch of personalization – just upload an image via the bar menu, order your drink and then sip on a work of art.  

  1. Fresh, house-made, eclectic, creative. Those adjectives apply to the space and the menu at Velveteen Rabbit in Downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District. Find your way to this whimsical, elegant space for nonalcoholic brews and lavish mixed drinks. Order the Point Pleasant, a luxurious libation of Lyre’s nonalcoholic gin and Italian orange spirit mixed with Mediterranean Tonic. Garnished with a sprig of rosemary, it’s as delightful to look at as it is to drink! 

The rise of the mocktail is just one trend in Las Vegas for 2024. There’s also a crop of new restaurants where you can get your drink your way – and enjoy fresh new culinary takes. What’s happening right now in Las Vegas? Check out this guide to what’s new for this year.