Harry's Bar


Get your thinking caps on, cocktail buffs - it’s pop quiz time. Where was the Bellini invented? The answer is, of course, Harry’s Bar in Venice. But if you can’t afford the gondola ride, no worries. A restaurant and bar inspired by the dreamy Venetian original can be found in Marylebone. 

The interior is sexy Italian meets convivial classic charm. Expect expensive elegant vibes, the kind where you feel pretty special. It’s from the people behind The Ivy, J Sheekey, and the other Harry’s Bar in Mayfair. You know, the one that’s a private member’s club and therefore nigh on impossible to get into unless you have serious hook ups. They’ve got sleek tan-leather seating, picture-plastered wood panelled walls, and the lighting is suitably low and romantic. At lunchtimes and in the evening it’s a hubbub of excitable diners enjoying a swanky meal out. Expect groups of mates combined with a ton of daters making gooey eyes at each other.

Take a seat on one of the banquettes and prepare for a feast that should probably involve their handmade pasta (Linguine Vongole, hello.) Or make like BarChick and prop yourself at the 1950s style bar - it’s a beaut. The signature Negroni is hard to say no to, especailly when paired with a snack of truffle arancini. Bellissimo, indeed. 


By BarChick


17-20 Ironmonger Ln, London EC2V 8EP, UK


Monday 11:00 - 23:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 00:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 00:30
Thursday 11:00 - 01:30
Friday 11:00 - 01:30
Sunday closed
Saturday closed



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