Ladies' Negroni Party Photos

Thank you, thank you, to all the lovely and generous women who came out last night to my Negroni Week event, the Ladies’ Negroni Party in Brooklyn!! Over 50 women ate and drank at my neighborhood favorite, Krupa Grocery.

All proceeds from the night, including our raffle raised money for City Harvest. In a city where we are privileged enough to go out and drink amazing cocktails, folks don’t have enough food. City Harvest helps by reallocating food for supermarkets and restaurants to the hungry. I raise a glass to them.

Here are some photos taken by my friend (and the only man allowed at the event!), Jason Roth. Take special note of the Negroni COOKIES (!) that were made for us by Cookies for a Cause!

If you want to make your own Negronis, you can use the recipes here. And if you'd like to hear about future events, please follow me on Instagram and Facebook and sign up for our mailing list!

Thank you to Krupa Grocery, Dorothy Parker Gin, Campari America, Imbibe Magazine, and Cookies for a Cause for their donations and support. And extra big thanks to my girls, Erin O'Rourke and Alex Golden Flannery, for their hard work and moral support. 

You can still get our Negroni Pins here and help raise even more $$$ for City Harvest. They're backordered but will ship soon!

xo meg

A gallery of the Negroni drinkers... ;)

Ladies' Negroni Party

Friends, it's time for a garden party, no!!? It's been almost a year since our Women + Whiskies party, and I want to celebrate Negroni Week with all you ladies.

We'll be drinking Negronis and raising money for City Harvest — an amazing food rescue organization that takes leftover food and redistributes it to soup kitchens, food pantries, and community food programs around NYC — at Krupa Grocery in Brooklyn.

Details and tix are here. Get on it! We've sold over half our tickets already! 

xomeg

Women's March Benefit Prints to Support the ACLU

We had such great success with our Planned Parenthood Fundraiser (sorry, all sold out for now), that we thought we'd do another benefit project. In these trying times, I feel like the only thing I can do is use my design skills for some good.

So I'm proud to announce these benefit prints created to support the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and commemorate the Women's March. We will be offering them in collaboration with Brooklyn Mamas, and one third of each sale will be donated to the ACLU.

This print is a super high quality art print done as a 4-color silkscreen on Mohawk Superfine paper. It's 22x30" and is a framer. I know I'll be hanging one in my daughter's bedroom. We'll get a photograph up as soon as we have them in hand. 

You can purchase one here.

Love and peace,
xomeg