Recommended by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue
Every week is a great week for Negronis, but Monday marks this year's official kickoff of every hipster bartender's favorite booze-fueled charity fundraiser, Negroni Week. The model by which charities get money is a little confusing—your increased Negroni consumption is not directly linked to the amount of money raised, with bars and restaurants instead making a flat donation when they sign up—but whatever. Anything that encourages weeknight drinking is good in my book, and technically you're encouraging businesses to participate in exchange for an increase in sales. The whole thing is a big Campari marketing ploy, but it raises a not insignificant amount of money for charity, and, again, provides you with a legitimate excuse for showing up to work with a gin hangover on a Tuesday. Trust me, you can only cite distress over the Trump presidency so many times before your boss gets fed up.
See our guide below for a comprehensive look at this year's participating bars.
Bar Del Corso
Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria
Meet The Moon
Piatti Ristorante & Bar
across Seattle, Seattle, WA