Recommendation by Lemi
Harry’s New York Bar is one of the most famous bars in the world! This Parisian landmark boasts a rich history: novelist Ernest Hemingway frequently slung back drinks on the wooden bar; composer George Gershwin drafted “An American in Paris” on the piano upstairs; lastly, owner Harry MacElhone and journalist O.O. McEntyre created the “International Bar Flies,” a secret society for serious drinkers. Skip the usual Pastis (anise-flavored spirit typically taken as an apéro) and order a Bloody Mary, French 75, or Sidecar instead (all of which originated here) as your pre-dinner stimulator!