To serve is first to love. – Arrigo Cipriani
Cipriani. A worldwide restaurant chain with over 80 years of history. No matter where you travel too, in almost every continent you can find this incredible italian restaurant. The place where Bellini cocktail was invented in 1948, as well as Carpaccio in 1950. In the original and first of the restaurants in Venice. Their story started there in 1931 when Giuseppe Cipriani opened the doors to Harry’s Bar in Venice, just off Piazza San Marco. His vision of simple luxury came to touch the souls of people all over the world. Nowadays you can find their restaurants in London, New York, Los Angeles, Milano, Mexico, Dubai, Sardinia, Monte Carlo etc. In 2001 Italian Ministry for Cultural Affairs declared Harry’s Bar a national landmark, a unique honor bestowed not for the establishments’s décor or furniture, but for its witness to the events of a century in Venice. An absolute must try if you are in the area.
The secret of Cipriani isn’t about what can be seen or touched, but what can be felt and sensed. It is intangible but palpable. It can’t be patented, but even after eighty- two years it hasn’t been duplicated by others.
Four generations of Cipriani have grown a single restaurant, into a world renowned hospitality brand still recognized for its distinguished venues and service all over the world.
•Harry’s Bar (Venice)
•Harry’s Dolci (on Giudecca)
New York City
•Harry Cipriani Bar, 781 Fifth Avenue
•55 Wall Street (a club, residence and restaurant).
•Cipriani 42nd Street (in the former Bowery Savings Bank at 110 East 42nd Street)
•Cipriano Dolci in Grand Central Terminal
•Rainbow Grill atop 30 Rockefeller Center (closed June 2009)
•Cipriani 25 Broadway, the former Cunard grand hall
•C London (in Mayfair)
•Mr. C, Beverly Hills
•Cipriani’s Downtown & Bellini Lounge Club
•Cipriani Porto Cervo
•Cipriani Hong Kong
•Cipriani Ocean Beach and Club Residences (at the Saxony Hotel)
•Cipriani Istanbul (at the Edition Hotel)