Harry’s New York Bar, Paris

Said to be the birthplace of classic cocktails such as the Bloody Mary and French 76, Harry’s New York Bar is a Parisian landmark. First opened in 1911, it was frequented in its prewar years by such literary giants as Hemingway, Sartre and F. Scott Fitzgerald. An American in Paris is said to have been composed in its underground piano bar. Nowadays, the Opéra-based bar is a tourist hotspot, but it still serves up a mean cocktail and features a range of almost 300 whiskies.

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