The iconic French Riviera-inspired restaurant has partnered with leading non-alcoholic brand Lyre’s for 4 unique non-alcoholic cocktails
Riyadh, KSA – Globally renowned LPM Restaurant & Café is delving into Dry January with a bespoke menu, ‘Une Petite Pause’ featuring 4 mocktails in collaboration with the world’s leading independent non-alcoholic spirits brand, Lyre’s. The new cocktails are innovative takes on existing classics, offering a sober alternative to LPM Restaurant & Bar’s existing global drinks list. The initiative kickstarted on the 1st of January and will run throughout the month.
The four unique mocktails include:
- The Nogroni Sbagliato with Lyre’s Aperitif Rosso, Lyre’s Italian Spritz, Lyre’s Classico, and Earl Grey and Gentian Root
- Watermelon Gazpacho with Lyre’s Dry London, LPM’s Watermelon and Tomato Gazpacho mix
- L’Orgeat with Lyre’s Amaretti, Lemon, and Toasted Almonds
- Rosé Champagne Colada with Lyre’s Spiced Cane, Lyre’s Classico, Non-Alcoholic Rosé Wine, and Coconut and Pineapple Cordial
The new Lyre’s cocktails join LPM’s existing signature non-alcoholic cocktail, the Tomati-NO which includes fresh tomato juice with cracked pepper on top.
The Dry January menu will take place at all LPM Restaurant & Bar locations globally. From London to Dubai, Miami, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Riyadh, Limassol, and most recently Las Vegas. LPM Restaurant & Café has captivated all corners of the map with its relaxed and irreverent vibe and passionate attention to detail.
“We’re thrilled to be partaking in Dry January at LPM Restaurant & Bar and partnering with Lyre’s across our restaurants globally. Our curated selection of alcohol-free cocktails is more than a menu; it’s a celebration of mindful choices and refreshing beginnings highlighting premium ingredients, a key pillar across all of LPM’s menu offerings.” – Tibor Krascenics, LPM Restaurant & Café Global Bar Manager
“Dry January is no longer a burgeoning trend, it’s now an occasion marked in the calendars of millions all over the world. We are delighted to be partnering with LPM Restaurant & Bar to show the world that, even in times of abstention, you can still enjoy a beautifully crafted cocktail without alcohol. There is no limit to the type of alcohol-free cocktails you can make with Lyre’s and LPM has demonstrated this with a stunning menu of their creations” – Karl Fielding, VP of Lyre’s Non-Alcoholic