Connecticut Bars Celebrate Negroni Week For A Cause

Drink a classic Negroni for a good cause June 1-7 at these CT bars

A classic combination of gin, sweet vermouth and Campari will benefit assorted charitable causes around the world during the third annual Negroni Week, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari.

More than two dozen Connecticut restaurants and bars will participate in the June 1-7 promotion, with proceeds from Negroni sales going to a variety of local charities and nonprofit organizations. 

Participants and their benefiting organizations include:

Hartford County: Carbone's Kitchen in Bloomfield (Connecticut Children's Medical Center); Carbone's in Hartford (Connecticut Children’s Foundation); all Max Restaurant Group locations in Connecticut and western Massachusetts (Connecticut Children's Medical Center); Dish and Sorella in Hartford (First Tee of CT) and Rizzuto's in West Hartford (Community Plates.)

Fairfield County: Amore Cucina & Bar, Stamford (Community Plates); Brick & Wood, Fairfield (Community Plates); Luxe Wine Bar and Craft Cocktails, Westport (KIDSAFECT); NEAT, Westport (Community Plates); Rizzuto's in Bethel, Stamford and Westport (Community Plates); Table 104 Osteria & Bar, Stamford (Community Plates) and Vespa, Westport (Community Plates.)

Litchfield County: Main Street Grill, Watertown (Watertown Food Bank)

New Haven County: 116 Crown, New Haven (All Our Kin); Campania Ristorante and Taverna, Branford (Melissa Marottoli Hogan Foundation); Oak Haven Table & Bar, New Haven (New Haven Land Trust); Ordinary, New Haven (Columbus House); Owl Shop, New Haven (All Our Kin.)

See a full list of participants and further information at


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