Navigating the menu at a bar or restaurant can be an overwhelming experience if you don’t drink booze. Whether you simply hate the taste of alcohol or have chosen sobriety as a lifestyle, scanning a cocktail menu that offers zero alcohol-free options can be super discouraging. But, with a few subtle changes, you can easily tweak most cocktails to be alcohol-free and still feel fancy.

These mocktails are “adult-friendly” without containing a drop of alcohol. Whether you’re enjoying a weekend brunch or are having a casual night out, sip on one of these mocktails while catching up with friends, because no one said socializing has to be done over a glass of wine or beer.

1. If you like Moscow Mules…

Spicy ginger beer with a squeeze of lime juice perfectly mimics the warming flavors of a classic Moscow Mule. Ask for crushed ice and a lime wedge to get the full effect, and make sure your drink is served in the traditional copper mug. If you’re not keen on powerful ginger flavors, ask for ginger ale instead.

2. If you like mimosas…

This brunch staple is easily replicated with equal parts orange juice and sparkling water. Ask for your virgin mimosa to be served in a champagne flute, because you’re worth the extra effort. If you’re bored of orange juice, shake things up a bit by ordering a different citrus juice. Grapefruit juice contrasts nicely with heavier brunch staples like pancakes and French toast, but you may want to add a splash of simple syrup to your juice if it’s too tart.

3. If you like vodka cranberries…

Also called a Cape Codder, a vodka cranberry is one of the easiest cocktails to order sans alcohol. Simply ask for a cranberry lime soda; the tartness of the cranberry and lime juice is diluted by sparkling soda water and makes for a refreshing mocktail. Throw a lime twist into the mix for a touch of elegance.

4. If you like gin and tonics…

Gin’s unique juniper flavor is almost impossible to recreate in a mocktail, but a good substitute for the classic gin and tonic is tonic water mixed with a splash of citrus juice. If you’d like, ask the bartender if they carry any non-alcoholic syrups that mimic the taste of gin (you’re looking for something that’s flavored with botanicals and is slightly floral in flavor).

5. If you like margaritas…

Any good bartender should know how to make a quality virgin margarita. The exact combination of ingredients will vary, but you’ll likely be given a mixture of lime juice and orange juice. For a similar effect, you can also ask for an iced lemonade with a salted rim.

6. If you like Bloody Marys…

A Virgin Mary has all the flavorful ingredients of a Bloody Mary, minus the vodka. Again, each bar will have differing ingredient ratios, but you can look forward to a savory blend of tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, salt, pepper, and hot sauce. If you can’t handle spice, ask the bartender to limit the amount of horseradish he uses.

7. If you like Tom Collins…

Skip the gin and enjoy the flavors of this popular drink by asking for a Virgin Collins instead. A mixture of simple syrup, lemon juice, and soda water, a Virgin Collins is essentially a sparkling lemonade. Order it on the rocks with a lemon wheel and a cherry as garnish.

8. If you like mojitos…

Swap out your usual cocktail with a virgin mojito. Mint leaves, simple syrup, lime juice, and soda water are combined to make a delightful summer mocktail. To amp up the mint flavor, ask for mint syrup to be used instead of fresh mint leaves.

9. If you like hot toddies…

Typically made with whiskey, a hot toddy is just as warming without the alcohol. Ask for a steaming mug of hot water with a squeeze of lemon juice and honey in it. For a more decadent drink, throw in a cinnamon stick and any other seasonal spices you’re craving. This drink is easy to make at home and is particularly good for clearing your sinuses when you have a cold.

If you can’t figure out how to make your favorite cocktail non-alcoholic, ask the bartender to create a special concoction just for you based on the flavors you’re craving. A neutral soda, like Sprite, ginger ale, or fizzy water, mixed with a flavored non-alcoholic syrup is another good option if you can’t decide what to order.

Just because you don’t drink, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a night out. With these special mocktails you can sip on a delicious “adult” beverage without feeling like you’re missing out. Trust us, your mind and body will thank you in the morning!