Fodor's Expert Review Harry's Bar

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Also known as Harry's New York Bar, this cozy, wood-paneled hangout decorated with dusty college pennants is popular with expats and American-loving French people who welcome the ghosts of Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, both of whom drank themselves unconscious here. Gershwin composed An American in Paris in the piano bar downstairs, and the Bloody Mary is said to have originated on-site.


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5 rue Daunou
Paris, Île-de-France  75002, France


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