From an americano to the famed negroni sbagliato – celebrate Negroni Week year-round thanks to this list of the best negroni bars in Melbourne!

Melbourne, known for its vibrant food and beverage scene, boasts an array of bars that cater to every discerning palate. Among the myriad of choices, negroni enthusiasts can revel in a selection of bars that have perfected the art of crafting this classic cocktail.

The negroni, with its balanced blend of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, has won hearts across the world, and Melbourne’s bars have embraced this timeless drink with passion and creativity. So whether you prefer the classic concoction or something topped with prosecco, newcomers and aficionados alike can indulge in this iconic creation with our list of the best negroni bars in Melbourne of 2023!

<strong>Bar Lourinhã</strong>
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Bar Lourinhã

Bringing a touch of the much-loved Mediterranean warmth to Little Collins Street, Bar Lourinhã is celebrated for its vibrant ambiance and delectable tapas. Unsurprisingly, Bar Lourinhã is also famed for serving up some of Melbourne’s best negronis by adding a playful twist to the traditional tipple with unexpected flavours. For your visit we recommend trying the Negroni Iberico and the El Atlantico. Feeling peckish? The Organic Potatoes and Roasted Sardines with almond and blood orange will keep you full between sups. Dedicated to innovation, Bar Lourinhã offers guests a chance to explore unique negroni creations that harmonize with its eclectic menu.

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37 Little Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
<strong>Eau De Vie</strong>
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Eau De Vie

Gin and jazz go hand in hand with one another. And, thanks to this gin bar in Melbourne, Eau De Vie, your visit will be just as glamorous as what you’d expect it to be. This intimate, dimly lit speakeasy focuses on creating extraordinary cocktails thanks to their exceptional service from all staff. With something for everyone, Eau De Vie even has a designated Whisky Room that houses a large collection of the special spirit – you can even purchase whisky and store it in their Bottle Lockers. Otherwise, for carefully crafted drinks, try out their five-course cocktail degustation experience inside Eau De Vie’s Library.

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1 Malthouse Ln, Melbourne, VIC 3000
<strong>The Everleigh</strong>
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The Everleigh

Also making our list as one of the Best Gin Bars in Melbourne, The Everleigh on Gertrude Street is best described as a sophisticated cocktail lounge that exudes elegance and charm. Known for its timeless atmosphere, it comes to no surprise that The Everleigh also crafts negronis with precision and flair thanks to the skilled bartenders that are well-versed in the art of mixology. On top of this, with their attention to detail, every negroni served is a masterpiece. Whether you prefer the traditional recipe or are open to a slight twist, The Everleigh offers an experience that pays homage to cocktail history.

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Level 1/150-156 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, VIC 3065
<strong>Union Electric Bar</strong>
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Union Electric Bar

If you’re looking for a bar in Melbourne to help you celebrate Negroni Week, be sure to stumble across Union Electric Bar. This quaint bar in Melbourne, featuring an even quainter collection of gin, has given themselves a good spot in our guide to the best negroni bars around Melbourne. The bar staff are restless creators and curators, bringing some of the tastiest alcoholic beverages to its visiting tipplers. It’s a craft, really. How about a Clay Aged Negroni? A Golden Pineapple Daiquiri? Or maybe something seasonal? Regardless of your choice, Union Electric Bar is still worth a visit in 2023!

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13 Heffernan Lne, Melbourne, VIC 3000
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A homage to the year the word “cocktail” was first defined, 1806 is a bar that takes patrons on a journey through the evolution of mixed drinks. With its opulent Victorian-era decor, 1806 provides an ambiance that complements its extensive cocktail menu. Here negroni enthusiasts will be delighted by the range of negroni variations on offer, each individually showcasing the versatility of this iconic cocktail. From barrel-aged concoctions to creative reinterpretations, 1806 caters to both traditionalists and adventurers.

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169 Exhibition St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

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