If you're sick of being the odd one out during dry July, then this bar is for you - the Virgin Mary has just opened in Ireland as the country's first alcohol-free bar.
The bar is said to still look, taste and feel like a normal bar, it just won't be serving drinks with alcohol in them.
Owner Vaughan Yates says the bar is a destination in its own right in the popular Capel Street area of Dublin.
"Dublin is an incredibly diverse city with an increasingly discerning population, so people are looking for a place where they can sit down with friends and really connect in a lively yet mindful drinking environment," Yates said.
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Despite a reputation for being a country of liquored leprechauns, data from Ireland's department of revenue shows a decline in alcohol consumption, year on year.
The Virgin Mary's name comes from the world's most famous non-alcoholic cocktail, of which the bar has designed its very own version.
The signature tipple will be mixed with freshly pressed vegetable juices, a Dublin-made hot sauce and spicy infusions, all made in-house.
As well as mocktails, the bar will have a wide selection of alcohol-free beers and spirits, and de-alcoholised wines.
Although the Virgin Mary opened in July, it will remain open and alcohol free all year round.