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A Pop-Up Bar in New York Is Offering a Free-Flowing Negroni Fountain

We've found the fountain of youth
A Negroni Fountain Is in NYC
Photo: Dante

No other cocktail shouts summer sophistication (all in an operatic tenor) more than a vibrantly colored Negroni—a staple of warm-weather happy hours. And thanks to a new pop-up bar headed to New York, you can spend the rest of your summer knocking back this Campari cocktail by the fountain-ful.  

According to Gothamist, the boozy pop-up comes courtesy of Dante, the 100-plus-year-old NYC bar known for its expansive menu of Negroni variations. Its bartenders will be taking over the now-shuttered restaurant Genuine Superette in Little Italy, where they'll be providing a free-flowing fountain of their classic Negroni, which you'll be able to dispense into your awaiting cocktail glass.

 

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Before you call in sick this Friday, though, just know this isn't an all-you-can-drink affair: Eagle-eyed bartenders will monitor you as you pour yourself a $14 serving. The pop-up will also have a separate menu of aperitif cocktails on hand if you choose not to partake in this adults-only punch fountain. But we'd be lying if we said we weren't showing up just to solely to drink from the fountain of (somewhat irresponsible) youth.

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