The Bar

In Florence, when you think of a haunt you think of Harry's Bar, a place with its authentic elegance is able to accommodate its customers in a warm and hospitable manner, illuminated by fascinating lamps of Murano glass, sipping the famous cocktails or a nice cup of coffee, in the company of old friends.  Harry's Bar is casual but elegant, perfect for meeting friends and colleagues,  and getting lost in pleasant conversation accompanied by the courtesy of the staff and by the extraordinary cocktails that have made Harry’s one of the most important meeting points in all of Florence. Harry's Bar has hosted important personalities from the worlds of politics, literature, entertainment, sports and business, as a cultural hot spot where cocktails bear the indelible signature of the will to find the best of history and tradition. The Bellini became famous in Harry's Bar.  The Negroni was invented in Florence and the Martini cocktail was reinterpreted by Harry's Bar Florence and awarded the Best Cocktail in the  World by the Martini Cocktail Review.  All are still prepared using traditional methods and classics.

The Cocktails at Harry’s – Martini

Harry's Bar was awarded its ranking in the 'World Martini Cocktail Review' for having the courage to change a classic drink as famous as the martini, which until then was lawyas served in the traditional and characteristic martini glass. At Harry's it is served in small glasses, with the raw materials (Gin and Vodka) cold form the fridge, a splash of dry vermouth and a twist of lemon peel

The Cocktails at Harry’s – Negroni

Born in Florence in 1920 at the Caffè Giacosa, just a short walk from Harry's Bar. The Negroni sprang from the imagination of Count Camillo Negroni, who added a little gin to the Americano cocktail that he drank every day in the company of friends, unaware that as its fame spread, it took his name.

The Cocktails at Harry’s – Bellini

Invented in 1948 by the great friends who are the founders of Harry's Bar Florence and Venice, it is made by mixing fresh pulp of white peach with prosecco. It’s name comes from its color, which reminded its creators of the color of the toga of a saint in a painting by Giovanni Bellini. The drink became and still is the specialty at Harry's Bar, the favorite beverage of people like Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, Orson Wells and Roger Moore. Later it became a classic at in Harry's Bar in New York, and recorded in annals of the IBA International
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The Bar

In Florence, when you think of a haunt you think of Harry’s Bar, a place with its authentic elegance is able to accommodate its customers in a warm and hospitable manner, illuminated by fascinating lamps of Murano glass, sipping the famous cocktails or a nice cup of coffee, in the company of old friends.  Harry’s Bar is casual but elegant, perfect for meeting friends and colleagues,  and getting lost in pleasant conversation accompanied by the courtesy of the staff and by the extraordinary cocktails that have made Harry’s one of the most important meeting points in all of Florence.
Harry’s Bar has hosted important personalities from the worlds of politics, literature, entertainment, sports and business, as a cultural hot spot where cocktails bear the indelible signature of the will to find the best of history and tradition.
The Bellini became famous in Harry’s Bar.  The Negroni was invented in Florence and the Martini cocktail was reinterpreted by Harry’s Bar Florence and awarded the Best Cocktail in the  World by the Martini Cocktail Review.  All are still prepared using traditional methods and classics.

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The Cocktails at Harry’s – Martini

Harry’s Bar was awarded its ranking in the ‘World Martini Cocktail Review’ for having the courage to change a classic drink as famous as the martini, which until then was lawyas served in the traditional and characteristic martini glass. At Harry’s it is served in small glasses, with the raw materials (Gin and Vodka) cold form the fridge, a splash of dry vermouth and a twist of lemon peel

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The Cocktails at Harry’s – Negroni

Born in Florence in 1920 at the Caffè Giacosa, just a short walk from Harry’s Bar. The Negroni sprang from the imagination of Count Camillo Negroni, who added a little gin to the Americano cocktail that he drank every day in the company of friends, unaware that as its fame spread, it took his name.

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The Cocktails at Harry’s – Bellini

Invented in 1948 by the great friends who are the founders of Harry’s Bar Florence and Venice, it is made by mixing fresh pulp of white peach with prosecco. It’s name comes from its color, which reminded its creators of the color of the toga of a saint in a painting by Giovanni Bellini. The drink became and still is the specialty at Harry’s Bar, the favorite beverage of people like Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, Orson Wells and Roger Moore. Later it became a classic at in Harry’s Bar in New York, and recorded in annals of the IBA International