Harry's New York Bar

Paris, France

Harry's New York Bar is just 24 years younger than the Eiffel Tower, and for many it's just as important a Parisian landmark as the big metal one. The name is pretty literal: back in 1911 a man named Clancy dismantled his Manhattan bar piece by piece, rebuilding it in the City of Light and putting a bartender named Harry MacElhone at the helm, creating a legend in the process. Its list of patrons is pretty spectacular, with names including Coco Chanel, Rita Hayworth, Humphrey Bogart, Ernest Hemingway and, even, James Bond.

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5 Rue Daunou, 2nd arrondissement, Paris, 75002