Classic Negroni

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We love a well-made classic cocktail. And where better to get a recipe for a Negroni than from a restaurant with an acclaimed Italian chef? We got ours from the newly-renovated Red Rock Resort in Summerlin, Nevada, reopened under Chef Luciano Sautto.


While we were tempted by the menu of classic cocktails, it is the house made Truffle Tagliatelle with Sautto’s black truffle cream sauce that has us thinking we need to visit soon. The Piedmontese black truffles shaved over the top of dish served table side are swoon-worthy. Until then we will just enjoy this perfect classic Italian cocktail.



1 oz. Plymouth Gin

1 oz. Campari

1 oz. Cocchi di Torino Vermouth


Add all ingredients into mixing glass. Add ice and stir for 20 seconds.

Now strain into rocks glass, over fresh ice.

Glass: Etched Rocks


Garnish with orange peel or orange slice. This was originally done to distinguish the cocktail from its lookalike, the Americano, which has no gin.