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The Negroni Fountain is back at Parlour Cucina

Travelling to Italy is an impossible dream right now, but drinking from a Negroni fountain at Parlour Cucina is guaranteed to add a touch of la dolce vita to your week.

QT Sydney’s Parlour Cucina has collaborated with Italian aperitivo Campari for a Red Passion celebration every Thursday from May 20 to June 10. Order the classic cocktail and it will be served at your table in an antique-style fountain that’s perfect for sharing. 

The QT Hotel is located in the State Theatre Building, which is listed on the State Heritage Register. The Parlour Cucina space, with its lavish Gothic Revival metalwork and plaster finishes and complex terrazzo floors, was created in 1929 and originally operated as a vertical shopping arcade foyer and display area.

The bar and restaurant’s gorgeous art deco interior will become an Italian heaven surrounded by vintage and contemporary art, the slick sounds of Sam Weiss’ saxophone and DJ set, all in flow with QT Sydney’s famed Negroni Fountain. 

The Negroni fountain features QT’s usual suspects of Bulldog Gin, Cinzano 1757 Rosso Vermouth and Campari joined by a hint of Braulio Amaro and garnished with orange wheels.

“I am thrilled to launch this new chapter of Campari in collaboration with QT Sydney, in Parlour Cucina,” said Paolo Marinoni, Marketing Director of Campari Australia. “It’s important that our home of Red Passion here in Australia is with a partner who is in tune with the creative zeitgeist and holds the same passion.”

The new Red Passion campaign is the latest in a long-standing series of unique, creative collaborations as Campari partners with ground-breaking artists, spanning creative expression across a variety of fields, from dance, to bartending to music and filmmaking.

For more information on QT Sydney’s Parlour Cucina and Campari collaboration visit: Campari Red Passion at Parlour Cucina.

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