Love a Negroni? Who doesn’t?

In collaboration with Imbibe Magazine, Campari is putting on the 6th annual Negroni Week for a whole lot of cocktail action, and we’ve got to say, we’re pretty stoked about it.

Participating bars across Australia will be donating $1 from every Negroni sold to their choice of charity. Among the organisations involved, OzHarvest, Arbor Day Foundation, Autism Speaks and Slow Food International are key players. Last year, over 40 different charities received their share of $1.5 million, so if there’s a time to treat yourself to a cheeky cocktail, it’s now.

Stacks of venues are participating in Negroni Week, with a few special events happening all over:

 

Uncle:

With 4 courses of Vietnamese degustation goodness and matched Negroni’s to pour over, there’s not much more you could want. Uncle is among Melbourne’s Negroni stalwarts – remember, these are the guys who invented the Pho-Groni – they know their stuff. Uncle is participating in Negroni Week to raise money for OzHarvest. For more info and to book, head here.

15 Collins St, Melbourne

 

The Everleigh:

The Everleigh is throwing a party fit for a bootlegger by transforming The Elk Room into Cafè Casoni, the birth place of Negroni. With everything from a huge Cacio E Pepe wheel to sink your teeth into and 6 twists on the classic Negroni, it will be quite the show. Pop on over to The Everleigh to show your support for OzHarvest through sipping on a few Negroni’s. For more info, head to their website.

150 – 156 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy

 

Pontoon:

Take a seat at Pontoon and take in the killer views with a Negroni in hand or 6. Pontoon are putting on 6 different Negroni specials for the duration of the celebration to raise funds for OzHarvest.

30 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda

 

The Morrison:

Matching tasting plates with their take on the classic Negroni to pair up with each bite, The Morrison is a stellar option for those foodies who love a tipple too. 7 new Negroni’s in 7 days means there’s a new reason to visit every single day.

225 George Street, Sydney

 

The Clock:

The Clock has a Whisky room all year round, so in celebration of Negroni Week, it’s becoming the Negroni Room for the week to raise money for OzHarvest. Here you’ll find five specially curated Negroni’s featuring Australian and international spirits whipped up into a fine cocktail.

470 Crown Street, Surry Hills

 
Palmer & Co:

The perfect post-work treat, Palmer & Co is putting on a week-long cocktail special with $18 Negroni’s raising money for Slow Food International.

Abercrombie Lane, Sydney

 

To check out the list of venues across all states, head to the Negroni Week website.


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