Dry January needn’t be a bore. We pick some of the non-alcoholic drinks options in Chelsea that go big on flavour– without the hangover. Bottoms up!


Raise your spirits through coffee, not booze, with Vardo's Social Espresso. Comprising Three Spirit's dark and herbaceous Social Elixir, Caravan's espresso and a rich syrup. 9 Duke of York Square 


Artisan du Chocolat

Artisan du Chocolat’s Colombian hot chocolate features flakes of 70 per cent dark chocolate (£15). 89 Lower Sloane Street

Polpo Chelsea

Polpo’s light, floral Elderflower Fizz with a twist of lemon and ginger beer, £4.50, is a simple yet perfect pick-me-up. 81 Duke of York Square

Harvey Nichols

Don’t let your temporary sobriety get in the way of celebrating in style. Harvey Nichols’ own sparkling chardonnay, £10, is non-alcoholic, and provides a pleasing medium between good wine and champagne. Tropical flavours like passionfruit, mango, papaya and guava lead here, with a crisp, dry note of lime at the end. 109-125 Knightsbridge

The Roasting Party

The Roasting Party roasts its sustainable coffee beans – from Kenya, Rwanda, Colombia and Nicaragua – in small batches, to preserve the rich flavours. 253 Pavilion Road

The Good Life Eatery

Pack your body with nutrients at The Good Life Eatery – which produces cold – pressed juices that retain all the vitamins and minerals that will keep you feeling energised. Prices from £4.50. 59 Sloane Avenue

Chelsea Funhouse

Nobody would ever guess that you were doing Dry January with Chelsea Funhouse’s no alcohol The Virgin, £6.50, a revivifying concoction of Three Spirits herbal ‘elixir’, ginger, cassia and cucumber. Also available for delivery via Cocktails by Lollipop – the at-home service from Chelsea Funhouse operator, Lollipop. 459 King’s Road


Beer drinkers can get their fix during Dry January with Big Drop Brewing Co.’s alcohol-free Paradiso Citra IPA, £1.50, stocked at Waitrose – a citrus- packed pour that offers a sharpness on the finish.196 King’s Road

Hans’ Bar & Grill​

Summer might be a long way off, but Hans’ Bar & Grill’s Mediterranean Ivy virgin cocktail, £13, offering fresh botanicals with Seedlip Garden 108, Blutul Blanco and Mediterranean tonic, will whisk you to azure waters and the scent of wild herbs. 164 Pavilion Road

Pavilion Wine

Pavilion Wine is serving a light non- boozy drink featuring Seedlip Garden 108, with notes of peas and hay and a herbal base – topped up with Fever-Tree tonic and a twist of orange. £9.50 for a double. 255 Pavilion Road