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Thanks to over 7,700 bars and restaurants around the world, Negroni Week 2017 raised $537,539 in donations! That means to date, Negroni Week has raised almost $1.5 million for charitable

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We'd like to extend a huge thank you to all of the bars, restaurants and vendors who signed up to participate in Negroni Week this year! We have a record 7,700

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Como, Lombardia, Italy
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Download the 2017 Passport Guide

The Negroni Week Passport, sponsored by Beefeater Gin, features 10 participating bars in 10 cities across the U.S., all serving Negronis for a great cause during Negroni Week.

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Charity Spotlights

The USBG Foundation advances the lifelong stability and well-being of service industry professionals through education and charitable activities.

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Inspire Artistic Minds provides scholarships and educational experiences to advance the arts in the areas of taste, sight and sound, with a strong focus in the food and beverage industry. Read more about them here.

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Refugee Canteen provides asylum-seekers with training in the culinary arts. The goal is to provide refugees with job security while addressing Germany’s need for employees in the food & beverage sector. Read more about them here.

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Negronis At Home

Photo: Courtesy of Matt Grippo

The Inspired Negroni recipe comes from San Francisco’s Blackbird, which donated its Negroni Week proceeds to the Shanti Project.

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Two lesser-known Italian amari meld with Campari, bitters and London dry gin in this assertively bittersweet Blessed Thistle Negroni.

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Photo: Courtesy of Stuart Mullenberg

Swap in a little sparkling wine for gin and you've got the happy mistake known as the Negroni Sbagliato.

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