Where to celebrate Negroni Week in metro Detroit


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It's Negroni Week!

What's that mean? We're glad you asked!  

Campari, Imbibe Magazine, and the United States Bartenders Guild are teaming up with local bars for the celebratory week-long event that rewards you for drinking the deliciously refreshing drink made with Campari, gin, and vermouth. 

More than 30 bars and restaurants are participating this year and $1 from every drink sold will be donated to the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy. 

The first Negroni Week was in 2013, and it launched as “a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world,” according to its website. In 2015, Negroni Week raised $321,000 around the country.

Here's the full list of where you can go to drink for a good cause.

Downtown Detroit      

1. The Whiskey Parlor608 Woodward Avenue

(Photo: The Whiskey Parlor Facebook)

2. Townhouse500 Woodward Avenue

(Photo: Townhouse Detroit Facebook)

3. The Keep, 140 Cadillac Square


(Photo: The Keep Facebook)

4. The Skip, 1234 Library Street

(Photo: Chris and Michelle Gerard)

5. Standby, 225 Gratiot Avenue

(Photo: Standby Facebook)

6. Michael Symon’s Roast1128 Washington Boulevard

(Photo: Michael Symon’s Roast Facebook)

7. Wright & Company, 1500 Woodward Avenue

(Photo: Wright & Company Facebook)

8. Round Bar, 525 W Lafayette Boulevard


(Photo: @roundbardetroit Instagram)

9. Republic Tavern, 1942 Grand River Avenue


(Photo: republictaverndetroit.com)

10. La Rondinella, 2453 Russell Street


(Photo: Yelp user Diana C.)


11. Mudgie’s Deli, 1300 Porter Street

(Photo: Mudgie’s Facebook)

12. Gold Cash Gold 2100 Michigan Avenue

(Photo: Gold Cash Gold Detroit Facebook)

13. Sugar House 2130 Michigan Avenue

(Photo: The Sugar House Facebook)

14. Katoi 2520 Michigan Avenue

(Photo: Yelp user Mo. M)

15. Slow’s BBQ, 2138 Michigan Avenue

(Photo: slowsbarbq.com)


16. The Peterboro 420 Peterboro Street

(Photo: The Peterboro Facebook)

17. Honest Johns 488 Selden Street

(Photo: Honest ? Johns Facebook)

18. Seva Detroit 66 E Forest Avenue

(Photo: Seva Detroit Facebook)

19. Midtown Shangri-La 4710 Cass Avenue

(Photo: Yelp user Walter K.)

20. Tony V’s Tavern 5756 Cass Avenue

(Photo: Tony V’s Tavern Facebook)

21. Chartreuse Kitchen & Cocktails 15 E Kirby Street

(Photo: Yelp user Laura K.)

The Burbs

22. Public House 241 W 9 Mile Road, Ferndale

(Photo: Public House Facebook)

23. The Oakland Art Novelty Company 201 W Nine Mile Road, Ferndale

(Photo: Yelp user MyThy H.)

24. La Dulce 115 S Main Street, Royal Oak

(Photo: La Dulce Facebook)

25. Townhouse Birmingham 180 Pierce Street, Birmingham

(Photo: Townhouse Birmingham Facebook)

Gently West 

26. The Last Word 301 W Huron Street, Ann Arbor

(Photo: The Last Word Facebook)

27. Sava's Restaurant 216 S State Street, Ann Arbor

(Photo: Sava’s Restaurant Facebook)

28. Aventura Restaurant 216 E Washington Street, Ann Arbor

(Photo: Aventura Ann Arbor Facebook)

29. Seva Ann Arbor 2541 Jackson Avenue, Ann Arbor 

(Photo: Seva Ann Arbor Facebook)

30. Osteria 222 22266 Michigan Ave, Dearborn

(Photo: Osteria 222 Dearborn Facebook)

31. Plymouth ROC 1020 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth

(Photo: Yelp user Elisha S.)

32. Toasted Oak 27790 Novi Road, Novi


(Photo: Toasted Oak Grill & Market Facebook)

33. Karl’s Cabin 6005 Gotfredson Road, Plymouth

(Photo: Karl’s Cabin Facebook)

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