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

Where to do?

#1Harry’s Bar in VeniceHarry’s Bar

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.

Location: Calle Vallaresso
Open hours: from 10:30 am till 11:00 pm
Official website: http://www.harrysbarfirenze.com

How much?

around €20.
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