If you visit Venice and want the "tourist" experience then you can say you had a Bellini there. Be prepared to pay 19€ per drink. The food is overpriced but then again when white peaches are in season at home where you live you can...More
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I heard about this bar and restaurant and decided to visit while in Venice. Even though some of the reviews were negative. But, I thought I saw through them. When I arrived I must admit the menu gave me sticker shock. However, the atmosphere and...More
It came highly recommended in a few travel guides I read, but our experience was quite disappointing. Back in the day, this bar was frequented by royals, celebs and movie stars - Ernest Hemingway amongst others - and it was the place where the famous...More
Other reviewers are right on: Great Bellinis but a tourist trap, extremely high prices, unremarkable cuisine (relative to the price). Its principal virtue is its history. We had drinks downstairs and later ate dinner upstairs. For a renowned international bar, Harry's surprised us by their...More
Like everyone else who got taken, we were no exception. Had to visit cuz of the deep history of this establishment. Walked in on a cool Friday morning & order 2 Irish Coffees to start the day. Warm atmosphere & the staff all dressed in...More
Was our third time in Venice and finely went to Harry's bar for the famous Bellini. It did not disappoint. Great service ambiance and a bit of history!
This restaurant bar has been visited by every celebrity you would think of. From Ernest Hemingway to Angelina and Brad. If you didn't know it existed you would miss it. The entrance is on a side street. The atmosphere is amazing. we didn't have a...More