Harry's New York Bar

Harry's New York Bar


Paris, France (FR)
Harry's New York Bar is a well-known bar in Paris, France.

Over the years, Harry's New York Bar was frequented by a number of famous American expatriates and international celebrities such as Prince Serge Obolensky, Knute Rockne, Sinclair Lewis, Ernest Hemingway, Bill Tilden, Coco Chanel, Jack Dempsey, Primo Carnera, Ramon Novarro, Matthew DeCoste, Aly Khan, Rita Hayworth, Humphrey Bogart, and even the Duke of Windsor occasionally showed up.

In the 1960 Ian Fleming short story From a View to a Kill, James Bond recalls visiting Harry's Bar during his first visit to Paris at age 16. He followed the instructions in Harry's advertisement in the Continental Daily Mail, and told his taxi driver 'Sank Roo Doe Noo'. He recalls "That had started one of the memorable evenings of his life, culminating in the loss, almost simultaneous, of his virginity and his notecase".
Harry's New York Bar is a well-known bar in Paris, France.

Over the years, Harry's New York Bar was frequented by a number of famous American expatriates and international celebrities such as Prince Serge Obolensky, Knute Rockne, Sinclair Lewis, Ernest Hemingway, Bill Tilden, Coco Chanel, Jack Dempsey, Primo Carnera, Ramon Novarro, Matthew DeCoste, Aly Khan, Rita Hayworth, Humphrey Bogart, and even the Duke of Windsor occasionally showed up.

In the 1960 Ian Fleming short story From a View to a Kill, James Bond recalls visiting Harry's Bar during his first visit to Paris at age 16. He followed the instructions in Harry's advertisement in the Continental Daily Mail, and told his taxi driver 'Sank Roo Doe Noo'. He recalls "That had started one of the memorable evenings of his life, culminating in the loss, almost simultaneous, of his virginity and his notecase".
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By: Mike1989

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