Not only is STK’s Skinny Dipper only 187 calories, but it’s also chock-full of antioxidants.
STK’s Skinny Dipper leverages the antioxidants in blueberries, the digestive and anti-inflammatory benefits of mint, and the hydrating and clear-skin perks of aloe vera juice into a cohesive cocktail perfect for cooling down following an intense barre session. The inclusion of Grey Goose vodka and St-Germain elderflower liqueur also doesn’t hurt. 187 calories, @eatstk
With a sweat-filled lineup of poolside-powered yoga and barre classes at W Atlanta Buckhead, you’ll want to cool down with Whiskey Blue’s Grape Expectations. Free of artificial ingredients, this ultrapremium Casamigos Reposado tequila cocktail sports muddled Concord grapes full of antioxidants, honey and lemon juice. 156 calories, @whiskeyblueatl
It’s no secret that Arden’s Garden has amassed a cult following of health-conscious Atlantans wanting the benefits of freshly squeezed juices and vegetables that actually taste good. Castleberry Hill cigar lounge Habanos has given the juicery’s vitamin-packed cucumber, celery, spinach, kale and lemon-infused pH solution a sexy boost with Death’s Door Gin and elderflower liqueur in its Secret Garden cocktail. 165 calories, @habanoscigarlounge
The Iberian Pig’s Jane cocktail amps up the flavor and health benefits in this savory sipper using red bell juice, Absolut Elyx vodka and Suze. Vitamin A- and vitamin C-rich bell pepper juice balanced by dill-cardamom tincture (good for digestion) is garnished with microgreens, making it basically a liquid salad. 75 calories, @iberianpig
Although Cathead Vodka drives Saltyard’s evocative Swift Kick in the Head cocktail, the inclusion of fresh jalapeno, basil and lime is bound to give a swift kick to your health. With jalapenos for vitamin C and antioxidants, basil for reduced inflammation, and limes to aid in digestion and skin health, this bright beverage not only tastes good, but is really good for you. 178 calories, @saltyard