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Negroni Week starts Monday, June 6! Negroni Week, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari, is a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails — Gin, Campari and Vermouth— and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world. For each Negroni ordered at a participating bar or restaurant, a portion of proceeds go to a charitable organization.

This year, The Gin Joint has joined in Negroni Week! $2 of any of the five Negronis on the menu, ordered from June 6-12, will go to The Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit supporting our food & beverage neighbors in Atlanta, Georgia.

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NEGRONI WEEK MENU
Negroni [Beefeater Gin, Carparno Antica, Campari]
White Negroni [Big Gin, Lilet Blanc, Suze, Orange Bitters]
Cynar Negroni [Boodles Gin, Cynar 70, Carpano Antica]
Negroni Noir [Botanist Gin, Amaro Lucano, East India Solera]

About The Giving Kitchen:
The intent of The Giving Kitchen is to be the beyond-expectation resource at times of unanticipated crisis for anyone employed in the Atlanta, Georgia restaurant community. Peace of mind that we are a stronger, beloved community is the outcome we hope to create. Read the story of our friend, Atlanta Chef Ryan Hidinger: http://thegivingkitchen.org/our-story

Come, drink for the cause!

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Ronnie McDonnie Cocktail at The Gin Joint

Throughout the month of February, The Gin Joint is featuring a cocktail to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Charleston. All profits from the cocktail we’ve playfully called the “Ronnie McDonnie” will go to the organization that provides a home away from home for families while their children undergo extensive medical treatment.

Created by our beverage director James Bolt, the cocktail features chile-infused mezcal, along with Aperol, lime juice and salted honey for a unique, yet approachable take on a smoky margarita. The drink’s red hue, given by the bittersweet aperitif Aperol, was inspired by Ronald McDonald’s signature red shoes [which you also find on display inside].

Our crew has loved supporting the local Ronald McDonald House in the past by cooking and serving  meals for families staying in the home. Now, we want to give people a feel-good reason to come enjoy a cocktail… or two.

On the menu from February 1st through 28th, the “Ronnie McDonnie” cocktail is $10, and ALL proceeds of the drink go to the Ronald McDonald House of Charleston. See what else is on the seasonal cocktail menu here.

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