Raise a Glass to a Good Cause During Negroni Week, June 1-7

by Drink Portland on May 28, 2015 in Events
Raise a Glass to a Good Cause During Negroni Week, June 1-7

Campari and Imbibe are once again teaming up to present the nationwide Negroni Week. Negroni Week is a chance for bartenders and bar patrons to give back just by mixing up or enjoying a classic Negroni or a Negroni variation. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.

Negroni Week runs from June 1 through June 7, and a portion of every Negroni sold at participating bars during the week will go towards a charity of each bar’s choice. Not sure where to go to have a Negroni? So far, over 2,600 bars from around the world have signed up to participate. We’ve listed the Portland bars below and have also listed the charity each bar has chosen to support.

Sipping a Negroni isn’t the only way to donate though. Official Negroni Week T-shirts are available here, and $1 from every shirt sale will be donated to Mercy Corps. But wait, there’s more! The bar that fundraises the most throughout the week will get an extra $10,000 donated to their chosen charity from Campari. Imbibe will select another bar at random to receive an additional $1,000 donation to their chosen charity. Negroni Week just keeps on giving!

Check out the list of participating bars below, or visit NegroniWeek.com for more information.

Participating bars include:
23Hoyt (529 NW 23rd Ave.) – Cascade AIDS Project
Accanto Bar + Cucina (2838 SE Belmont St.) – Oregon Humane Society
Andina (1314 NW Glisan St.) – Health Bridges International
Ava Gene's (3377 SE Division St.) – Outside In
Aviary (1733 NE Alberta St.) – Planned Parenthood
Bamboo Sushi NE (1409 NE Alberta St.) – Columbia Riverkeeper
Bluehour (250 NW 13th St.) – Caldera Arts
Bunk Bar (1028 SE Water Ave.) – Doctors Without Borders
Bye & Bye (1011 NE Alberta St.) – Transition Projects
Clarklewis (1001 SE Water Ave., Suite 260) – Caldera Arts
Davis Street Tavern (500 NW Davis St.) – Albertina Kerr
District (220 SW Ankeny) – Inspire Artistic Minds
Driftwood Room (729 SW 15th Ave.) – NW Film School
EaT: An Oyster Bar (3808 N Williams Ave., Suite 122) – Sisters of the Road
Fenrir (2005 SE 11th Ave.) – Friends of Trees
Gilda’s Italian Restaurant & Lounge (1601 SW Morrison St.) – Oregon Human Society
Gruner (527 SW 12th Ave.) – Urban Cleaners
Imperial (410 SW Broadway) – The Pixie Project
Interurban (4057 N Mississippi Ave.) – Raphael House
Irving Street Kitchen (701 NW 13th Ave.) – Share Our Strength
Jackknife Bar (614 11th Ave.) – The Pixie Project
Jamison (900 NW 11th Ave.) – Outside In
Kachka Restaurant (720 SE Grand Ave.) – Polaris
Kask (527 SW 12th Ave.) – Urban Cleaners
Little Bird Bistro (219 SW 6th Ave.) – New Avenues for Youth
Marmo Deli and Bar (1037 SW Morrison St.) – Living Yoga
Moloko (3967 N Mississippi Ave.) – The Sierra Club
Mucca Osteria (1022 SW Morrison St.) – Camp Ukandu
Multnomah Whisk{e}y Library (1124 SW Alder) – Mercy Corps
Noraneko (1430 SE Water Ave.) – School of Rock
Nostrana (1401 SE Morrison St.) – Oregon Food Bank
Oso Market + Bar (726 SE Grand Ave.) – Bradley Angle
Oven and Shaker (1134 NW Everett St.) – Oregon Humane Society
Paley’s Place (1204 NW 21st Ave.) – Friends of the Children
Paragon Restaurant & Bar (1309 NW Hoyt St.) – Saint Andre Church
Pazzo (627 SW Washington) – P:EAR
Racion (1205 SW Washington) – Mercy Corp Northwest
Radar (3951 N Mississippi Ave.) – Our United Villages
Red Star Tavern (503 SW Alder St.) – Cascade Aids Project
Restaurant St. Jack (1610 NW 23rd Ave.) – Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
Ringside Fish House (838 SW Park Ave.) – Habitat for Humanity Portland Metro
Ringside Grill (14021 NE Glisan St.) – New Avenues For Youth
Rum Club (720 SE Sandy Blvd.) – Oregon Humane Society
Saucebox (214 SW Broadway) – Caldera Arts
smallwares (4605 NE Fremont St., 101) – Our House
Sweet Hereafter (3326 SE Belmont St.) – Wildcat Haven Sanctuary
The Fireside (801 NW 23rd Ave.) – Mercy Corps
The Knock Back (2315 NE Alberta St.) – Friends of the Children
The Parish Restaurant (231 NW 11th Ave.) – Sisters of the Road
The Richmond Bar (3203 SE Division St.) – Friends of the Children
The Rookery Bar (1331 SW Broadway) – Oregon Wild
The Secret Society (116 NE Russell St.) – Ethos
The Whey Bar (2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) – Panda Paws Rescue
Trifecta Tavern (726 SE 6th Ave.) – Outside In
Urban Farmer Restaurant (525 SW Morrison St.) – Oregon Wild
Xico (3715 SE Division St.) – Pangaea Global


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