Negroni Week is owned and operated by Imbibe Magazine. Sponsors include Campari, Cinzano, Bulldog Gin, Bols Genever, and Coopers' Craft Bourbon.
September 18-24, 2023.
After registration has opened, we will share a map of participating venues, where you’ll find a full list that’s searchable by state and city.
Once registration is open, you can head to our sign-up page and register your venue. You will be able to make a donation upon signing up your venue to participate in Negroni Week, and you will be listed on the Negroni Week website as a participating bar once your registration is complete. During and after Negroni Week, you will also have the opportunity to return to the Negroni Week site, log into your account, and make an additional donation.
Yes! You must sign up by September 15, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) PST in order to be added to the official list of participating venues. If your registration is not complete in any way by that date and time—including making an upfront donation of at least $25USD—your venue will not be published on the website.
No, even if you participated in a previous year, you still need to register your venue(s) again this year. Simply head to our sign-up page and complete the registration process. You will be required to make a donation upon signing up your venue to participate in Negroni Week. Once you complete the registration process, you will be published on the Negroni Week website as a participating bar. During and after Negroni Week, you will also have the opportunity to return to the Negroni Week site, log into your account, and make an additional donation.
Yes, simply click on Venue Sign In link at the top right of website’s navigation bar. Once you log in, you will be able to update your account information. If you forgot your login password, you’ll see a button on that page that says HAVING TROUBLE SIGNING IN? Click there and follow the instructions.
Once you fully rgeister your bar, which includes making an upfront donation of at least $25, you will see a big blue box on your account dashboard that says YOUR NEGRONI WEEK MARKETING MATERIALS. If you click that, you'll find different versions of this year's logo as well as other assets that you can customize for your Negroni Week promotions.
Once you’ve completed all of the information required to sign up, and made an upfront donation of at least $25USD, you’re profile will be published within a few minutes. If you don’t complete all of the required information and steps, your profile will be saved as a draft and marked as unpublished in your account until you complete all of the steps.
Most likely, you have not completed a piece of information that’s required upon registering. If you log into your account, you should be able to tell if this is the case. If you don’t complete all of the required information, and make an upfront donation of at least $25USD, your profile will be saved as a draft and marked as unpublished in your account. If you’ve completed all of the required information and your venue is still not published, please email us at negroniweek @ imbibemagazine.com and we’ll try to get to the bottom of it.
Click Venue Sign In at the top of the homepage, then click Having trouble signing in? Then enter your email and click reset. You'll receive a reset email immediately to the email address you entered. If you don't see it, check your spam folder.
To make sure all of your information is correct, we use Google Places to find your venue. Head to google.com/business to make sure your venue is registered in Google My Business. If you’re already registered with Google and your venue is still not coming up, try typing additional information into the venue name box, such as your venue name plus the city. That usually does the trick! If you’re in a city or country without access to Google Business, click here to add your venue. If you continue to have problems, contact us at negroniweek @ imbibemagazine.com.
If you have 30 or more venues you want to register for Negroni Week under one account, please reach out to us at negroniweek @ imbibemagazine.com and we can help you with this process.
Yes, in order to register for Negroni Week and be published as a participating venue, you must donate at least $25USD upon signing up, though you are welcome to donate any amount above that, and if you donate $250 or more, you will become a Premium Donor. You must make your initial donation by the September 9 deadline; otherwise you will not be published on the site. You will also be able to log into your account during or after Negroni Week to top off your initial donation. Your donation(s) will support our official giving partner, Slow Food.
Venues that choose to donate $250 USD or more upon signing up will be designated with a Premium Donor badge on their profile page, as well as a special starred pin in the Negroni Week map, and they will receive prioritized ranking in the Negroni Week search results.
In an effort to streamline Negroni Week and to make the initiaitive's charitable component more impactful, we are moving from a multi-charity model to having one official giving partner: Slow Food. We chose Slow Food because they address so many of the needs that participating Negroni Week venues and the hospitality industry have been most interested in supporting over the past 10 years, including sustainability, education, equity, and diversity, with hospitality, food, and drink woven throughout. They also have a global footprint, with chapters and initiatives in countries and cities all over the world, and it's an organization with roots in Italy. Slow Food represents the ethos of Negroni Week to cultivate community and seek a better world for all through hospitality.
Slow Food is a global movement of local communities and activists, across more than 160 countries, that envisions a world where everyone can enjoy food and beverage that is good for them, good for the people who grow it, and good for the planet. As an international organization, they defend cultural and biodiversity, promote food education and the transfer of traditional knowledge and skills, and advocate for more just and equitable policies. Slow Food is launching a Slow Food Negroni Week Fund to support and engage with the hospitality world. This includes community-led projects that lead the transformation of the global food and beverage system through preserving cultural and biodiversity, promoting food and beverage education and knowledge exchange, and raising awareness on critical food and beverage issues. In addition to supporting Slow Food’s ongoing initiatives, this fund supports grants specifically geared toward hospitality workers and companies, individuals and stakeholders committed to achieving change in local food and beverage systems.
In order to register for Negroni Week and be published as a participating venue, you must make a donation of at least $25USD to Slow Food as our official giving partner. Your donation will help support the very menaninful work they do around they to ensure a world where everyone can enjoy food and beverage that is good for them, good for the people who grow it, and good for the planet.
Donations must be made online via the negroniweek.com site, and you can use all major credit cards. All donations are processed in US dollars, so if you make a donation from outside of the US, the amount will automatically be converted to your currency on your credit card statement.
No. Donations can only be made via credit card payment on negroniweek.com.
Yes, there’s a small processing fee of 2.9% + 30 cents per transaction. This is not an extra charge; it will be deducted from your donation.
After credit card processing fees (2.9% + 30 cents per transaction), the rest of your donation will go to Slow Food.
Absolutely! You can make as many donations as you’d like. But you will have to donate at least $25USD upon registering in order to be published on the Negroni Week site.
Donations are tax-deductible in accordance with the laws in each state/country. Refer to your local tax consultant for more information.
We only accept donations from participating bars and restaurants, so online donations are only open to registering venues. But you can still show your support by patronizing your favorite participating bars and restaurants who you know have made donations upon signing up, and by purchasing Negroni Week items in our shop.
Send your recipe to negroniweek @ imbibemagazine.com. We’ll happily consider it for inclusion on the Negroni Week website, as well as the Imbibe website. A great photo is a must, so please include that as well.
Yes! Click here to get your very own official Negroni Week shirt. During Negroni Week, $2 of every shirt order goes to Slow Food. We’ve also partnered with Hedley & Bennett on a special-edition Negroni Apron, and during Negroni Week 10% of each apron is also donated to Slow Food., and this year we're offering a special-edition Hoodie, which will also support our official giving partner.
It’s equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
You can find a great selection of Negroni-inspired recipes by clicking the Recipes link on this webiste, or you can head to imbibemagazine.com for lots of great recipes.
Simply head to imbibemagazine.com/nw-sub. During Negroni Week, $2 of every subscription sale will go to our official giving partner, Slow Food.