Tonight through Sunday: Your last chance to celebrate Negroni Week; here's where

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Negroni Week runs through Sunday, so if you've been too busy during the week to go out and taste your talented local bartenders' takes on God's most perfect cocktail, this weekend is your chance. 

Negroni Week celebrates the fusion of Campari, vermouth and gin in all its many permutations, with bars donating a portion of proceeds to the charity of their choice.



Our own Remix column used a Bonne O carbonation system to concoct a Fizzy Negroni on Wednesday; the Ravenous Pig is serving a Campari Sour; and in the first three days of the week, Lil Indies had served up three different variations, including one using a "peanut butter washed Campari" which we hope comes around again because DAMN.

Here's the official list from the Negroni Week site of our local bars and the charities they're mixing and stirring for. Swing by these spots and find out more about the causes and the cocktails. 



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Cask & Larder, 565 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park: Ronald McDonald House

The Courtesy, 114 N. Orange Ave.: Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis

Lil Indies and Will's Pub, 1036 N. Mills Ave.: Harbor House of Central FL

The Ravenous Pig, 1234 N. Orange Ave., Winter Park: American Heart Association

Siro Urban Italian Kitchen, 8701 World Center Drive: Helen David Fund

Wolfie's Pizzamia Italian Kitchen, 1905 N. Orange Ave.: Harbor House of Central Florida

The Woods, 49 N. Orange Ave.: Helen David Relief Fund

The Imperial – Sanford, 116 E. First St, Sanford: Rescue Outreach Mission in Goldsboro

While you're on that Campari roll, visit the Negroni Week shop to buy T-shirts, soap, lip balm and posters.


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