Photo: Nomad Girl
Negroni Week Kicks off September 18th. Here are some places to imbibe:
Nomad Girl, the stylish Milanese restaurant composes a classic Negroni with three essential ingredients: Gin, Sweet Vermouth and Campari. The ratio of each component and stirring not shaking, is how Nomad Girl sets its cocktail apart.
Jupiter at Rockefeller Center is serving up its Negroni Bianco, a white negroni, made with Hendricks, English pea, white bitter, and vermouth. Pair it with one of Jupiter’s popular pasta dishes.
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Step in for a cocktail at the sexy amaro bar, Sotto, a new subterranean lair beneath Lupetto. Sip on s Lupetto Negroni made with gin, campari, sfumato, and Carpano Antica while nibbling on some roasted oysters.
Misi, led by Chef Missy Robbins, is known for more than just delicious pasta. Here you will also find a Negroni Sour made with forthave gin, misi bitter, carpano bianco vermouth, citrus, and egg white.
Sagaponack, a Hamptons-like dining experience in Flatiron, draws its inspiration for its Boulevardier Negroni from the fall season. It features walnut bitters, sweet vermouth, amaro and bourbon.
The ever-popular Rezdora, known for its cuisine from Italy's Emilia Romagna region, goes full throttle Italian with its Negroni Sbagliato, a mix of campari, cappelletti, carpano antica, sparkling wine, and garnished with an orange wedge.
At the breezy coastal Italian restaurant, Mr. Capri, you will find their version of a Negroni. The Funicolare is made with 3-month barrel aged Cynar, oregano infused campari, and gin.
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