Cheers to Negroni week


Get ready for Negroni Week, Sept 18th-24th.

Restaurants and bars worldwide unite to support Slow Food, a global organization

promoting healthy food and sustainable practices. 

The Negroni is a perfect symbol of Slow Food – it’s an Italian aperitive intended to promote slowing down.

For a decade, Slow Food, Imbibe Magazine and Campari have combined efforts using Negroni Week donations to fund grants for clean, fair food and beverage initiatives. 

Our East End chapter recently received a generous grant for our Flour Power program. This initiative supplies nutritious, flavorful homemade bread to local food pantries and has been well received across our community. Read more about all the projects funded by the Slow Food Negroni Week Grant here.

Participating in Negroni Week is simple to do.

Join the party as a bar, restaurant or retailer

Show your support for Slow Food and Slow Food USA by making a contribution to Negroni Week. Your spot will then be included on an interactive map with thousands of other Negroni Week participants!

Register by Sept 9th here.

Find a spot to enjoy this iconic cocktail

Use the helpful Negroni Week map to find a participating business near you.  We are also compiling a list of ALL the local EAST END participating venues , stay tuned to this space for more info.

Join us Sept 18-24th.


September is Membership Month at Slow Food

We look forward to welcoming new members and celebrating our returning members. As a member, you’ll have access to exclusive events, discounts, and educational resources, and you’ll be part of a community that’s making a positive impact on the world. Join us today and start celebrating the joys of good food!

All who join or renew memberships during the month of Sept will be entered in our raffle for a chance to win a Negroni Week themed gift basket. As they say, membership has it’s perks!


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