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Aperitivo- Milano

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Hello, I am going to be in Milan next week for work meeting and we will be heading off to "art factory" for apertivo. The problem is, my colleagues all drink alcohol and I don't...and I'd rather not mention this to them myself. I was looking at art factory's "happy hour cocktail menu" and all I could see was alcoholic drinks. I am sure there must be something non alcoholic there but since the menu online is in Italian, I can't make out. Here's the menu- www.artfactory.it/site/images/cocktail_I.jpg

Could someone who knows Italian or has been there tell me what drink (non alcoholic) can I order? What should I say to the person who takes the order? At home, I usually just order "virgin" cocktails or club soda with lime- is there any Italian equivalent to these? Can I just say "virgin margarita" or virgin whatever or will they not understand that? I'm very confused.

Many thanks!

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