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Well, we are only 2 + weeks into the New Year — how are those resolutions holding up? Many people vow to eat healthier and Dryanuary — no alcohol in January — is a thing! Check out Nycci Nellis's suggestions for staying healthy in the district this new year + listen to her live on WTOP!

The Soft Cocktail- Bourbon Steak, located in the Four Seasons Hotel, is serving up some health-conscious libations. Sarah Rosner, head bartender, is infusing her Hawaiian roots into certain drinks like the Tiki Tiki; boasting flavors of grapefruit, lemon, and cinnamon. 

Strictly Sober- Rare Steakhouse is a perfect fit for those trying to completely abstain from all alcohol this new year. The bar manager, Chelsea Wood, has carefully curated a slew of non-alcoholic drinks. Guest can choose to sip on the Virgin Bloody Mary or the Rosemary Sparkler; with flavors of mint, pineapple juice, cranberry juice, and orange juice. 

Mocktail Madness- All-Purpose's capitol riverfront location is officially serving up a "Dry January Mocktails" menu. Infused with fresh ingredients and spices, these sips are sure to be just as fun for adults. This new menu includes the renowned Ace Punch, an orange and carrot punch with apple, lemon, pear, and nutmeg. 

A Boost Without The Booze- Following the nonalcoholic trend, Compass Rose has debuted their "Boost Without The Booze" menu. Guests will have the opportunity to savor mocktails like the Maple Carrot Mule; full of carrot, turmeric, maple, and ginger beer.

Zero-Proof-  At Ocean Prime, it doesn't have to be January to sip from their Zero-Proof menu. Hits from the menu range from the Lavender Citrus Soda, with lime, rosemary, and lavender soda to the Rhubarb Soda with homemade grenadine and lemon juice. 

Healthy Eats & Sips- To transition into DC's healthiest food & drink, O-Ku D.C is perfect for those in dire need of a healthy mocktail and sashimi. Guests can enjoy the Lotus, a nonalcoholic cocktail with strawberry-hibiscus soda, lemon juice, and a garnish of mint sprig. This intricate drink uses osmosis so that the sugar absorbs water from the fruit and other molecules associated with that strawberry flavor. In terms of food, guests have the opportunity to munch on traditional sushi dishes; always low-calorie, high protein.

New Beginnings- Upon first glance, Burger, Tap & Shake may not seem appealing to dieters. However, they have just added the Impossible Burger to their menu. For those who aren't aware, this burger tastes exactly like meat but is made 100% from plant-based products, a great, healthier alternative to a traditional burger.

Vegan Ventures- Toki Underground, a DC-based ramen house, has recently debuted their Vegan Ramen bowl. Steering clear of a meaty broth, this health-conscious dish is full of charred root vegetables, kelp, garlic, lemongrass, and soy. With vegan noodles and the option to switch to gluten-free, the bowl is finished off with fried tofu, mushrooms, turmeric, daikon, and locally sourced pickles.

Locally-Sourced Flavors- Don't be fooled by Little Sesame's name, there are some big flavors on their menu. Renowned for their use of locally-sourced ingredients, guests can choose from their array of hummus bowls, pita sandwiches, and seasonal salads. This January, stay healthy with their Winter-Greens hummus bowl; boasting harissa sambal, smoked paprika, and pita gremolata. Little Sesame also offers some healthy yet delicious sips like their Butterfly Flower Tea and their Hibiscus Spiced Black Tea. 

Veggie Fiesta- Leave it to Chaia to make vegetable fun and delicious. This DC-based spot offers a completely vegetarian and gluten-free menu with classics like the Roasted Butternut Squash Taco with goat cheese, caramelized onions, chipotle yogurt & mint and the Citrus Roasted Beet Taco with ricotta salata, cilantro-lime yogurt & fresh jalapeño. If the veggies weren't enough, it gets even healthier with their on-tap Seasonal Shrubs; ranging from the Lemon Ginger to the Vanilla Pear.

Strictly Supra- Supra boasts a health-conscious menu with the majority of their vegetable-based dishes. Whether it is the Eggplant Nigyzit, filled with hearty walnut garlic paste and walnut vegetable paste, or the Grilled Bostneuli Platter with asparagus, fennel, potatoes, zucchini, eggplant, carrot-cucumber-feta salad, and tkemali, these dishes are sure to please.

Free Fruitive- What's the best motivation to eat healthy this new year? Free Fruitive. On January 25, this spot will be giving away free avocado toast and coffee at their newest Dupont location at noon. Avoid those dreaded carbs by enjoying their flax and spelt bread. 

Refresh + Recharge- It's nearly impossible to keep up all of this physical health without a little relaxation. Hotel Indigo Old Town Alexandria has recently announced their new wellness-focused package. Guests will be transported to a health oasis through the in-room breakfast, clay mask spa kits, and the carefully curated essential oils. Guests receive a complimentary breakfast from Chef Cathal Armstrong's Hummingbird restaurant.