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There is only one Harry's Bar. Located on Venice's Calle Vallaresso, near the Piazza San Marco, this legendary restaurant has been, for five decades, the meeting place for artists, writers, royalty, maestros, divas, celebrities, the very rich, and lots of ordinary-but very wise-Americans and Europeans. Everyone from the Windsors and the Onassises and the Burtons to Cole Porter; Ernest Hemingway, and Joan Crawford has come here for great food, fine drinks, and the incomparable ambiance. Now, to the delight of his legions of customers, Arrigo Cipriani shares his favorite stories about Harry's Bar and its secrets-and reveals for the first time his treasured recipes for the restaurant's most popular dishes.
The secret of Harry's Bar is not only its great drinks and magnificent food, but also its extraordinary atmosphere, in which high spirits pour forth happily. Arrigo Cipriani captures this spirit and tradition, and delivers it all in his own inimitable style. Opinionated and full of surprises, Cipriani ultimately reveals not only the secrets of his kitchen and bar but also the lavish, full color photographs by Christopher Baker make the feast a visual one as well. The Harry's Bar Cookbook is much more than a cookbook: it's a enduring experience to be savored and enjoyed.
This hardcover book measures 10 2/5 inches by 8 1/5 inches. Published October 1, 1991.
Brand: Random House
Origin: United States
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