A trip to Venice is not complete without a visit to Harry’s Bar. This place has become an institution and was proclaimed a national monument in 2001. Orson Welles, Truman Capote, and Ernest Hemingway all came here for a drink. It owes its success to the founder, Giuseppe Cipriani, and his two flagship inventions: the Bellini cocktail and the carpaccio. Since then, it has maintained this legendary atmosphere which, in its simplicity, takes us back to the time of its creation in 1931 for a drink or a meal.
Calle Vallaresso, 1323, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy