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Hemingway’s Venice Bar

Hemingway’s Venice Bar

Eataly loves Ernest Hemingway, and he loved Italy. To celebrate his birthday, we are introducing Hemingway's Venice Bar, a pop-up cocktail lounge, from July 21 to July 27. 

Hemingway spent a lot of his life traveling, particularly in Italy, France, and Spain. One of his favorite places was the famous Harry’s Bar in Venice. He was such a regular that he had his own table in the corner and used the setting as inspiration for scenes in his novel Across the River and into the Trees.

During his birth month of July, we aim to celebrate Hemingway's  life and contributions to literature and the arts in any way we can. Enter: Hemingway's Venice Bar, which will be open at Baffo, our fine-dining restaurant, July 21-27 from 5-10 p.m. Our experts have curated a unique collection of cocktails that we suspect the author (and infamous imbiber) would have loved.

Grab a seat at Hemingway's Venice Bar, order a cocktail inspired by his travels, and hold court like Papa himself. Browse our menu, then plan your visit!

hemingway cocktail family

Bellini: White Peach, Prosecco
Classic cocktail created at Harry's Bar in Venice

Americano: Bulldog Gin, Cinzano 1757, Soda
An Italian classic and favorite of Hemingway

Montgomery: Bulldog Gin, Cocchi Americano
An extremely dry spin on the Martini first order by Hemingway at Harry's Bar

Hemingway Daiquiri: Flor de Cana Rum, Luxardo Maraschino, Grapefruit, Lime
A variation of the Daiquiri made for the tastes of the famous author

Toro Stanco: Nardini Mandorla, Absinthe, Contratto Millesimatto
An original variation of Hemingway's creation Death in the Afternoon

Can’t get enough Hemingway? We will be celebrating with events all week, capping off with a birthday celebration fit for a king, including offering complimentary slices of his giant birthday cake in La Piazza at 2 p.m. July 24 and A Moveable Feast: An Eataly Dine-Around from 6 to 9 p.m., July 24.

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Auguri, Hemingway!