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You can try the real Bloody Mary only in Paris, because her classic recipe appeared here almost 100 years ago.
How to try Bloody Mary in Paris
The first Bloody Mary cocktail was made in the stylish Harry's New York Bar at Downey, 5. Although in the New Yorker magazine, George Jessel claimed that he invented the famous cocktail recipe, but he just mixed vodka with juice. The drink that we know nowadays appeared here. Therefore, if you will pass by try the "right" Bloody Mary.

Many years have passed since the day of creation and now the drink has a bunch of versions, but in this quiet authentic place they still serve the good old Bloody Mary.

Where to do?

#11Harry's New York Bar in ParisHarry's New York Bar

In this small homelike themed bar a classic recipe of the world wide known alcoholic beverage called Bloody Mary was invented.

Location: Don Street 5
Open hours: Every day from 12:00 am to 02:00 pm, and on Sundays from 16:00 am to 01:00 pm.
Phone: +33 1 42 61 71 14
Official website: http://harrysbar.fr/en/

How much?

€15 per cocktail.
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