Harry’s Bar


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Harry’s Bar

Celebrated for Bellini cocktails, Harry’s Bar is a legendary place that evokes the 'Dolce Vita' as if it was a clip from the film, creating a vivid flashback to the golden era of Via Veneto. As in the roaring 60s, you can still sip an apéritif, enjoy the live piano bar every evening and dive into the magic of the area from the exclusive Harry’s Bar. The refined cuisine recalls the freshness of Mediterranean flavours based on prime ingredients.


Rome's restaurants cater to all tastes. There are American steakhouses, Lebanese meze restaurants, Vietnamese eateries, and several haute cuisine establishments celebrated in the Michelin Guide. But when in Rome, do as the Romans do and choose the less extravagant restaurants and trattorias for a memorable and authentic dining experience. The Italian word for dinner, "cena", comes from the Latin convivium, which means "live together". Eating is a social get-together which consists of at least three courses — often even at lunchtime. The Romans do not eat dinner until nine in the evening. Rome is known for its Carbonara (made with egg, guanciale, hard cheese, and black pepper) and Amatriciana (made with guanciale, pecorino Romano and tomatoes).