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Try Dry Martini cocktail in Venice

Best martini, according to Hemingway, is in Harry's Bar, and you should try this strong drink.

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Try Dry Martini cocktail

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Place: Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy

Harry's Bar is known for its Dry Martini cocktail, here it is served in a small glass without legs. The original "dry martini" is made up of 10 parts gin to one part vermouth.

Ernest Hemingway liked to order more dry cocktail - 15 parts gin and one part vermouth. He called it "Montgomery Martini" and it is still served at the bar.

Prices: around €20.

Location: Calle Vallaresso

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Harry’s Bar
Harry’s Bar#1 of 16 places to visit in Venice

This is a favorite Hemingway and Chaplin's place in Venice, you can buy the famous cocktail here and merge with the locals with the sounds of soothing music.

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