The place where author Ernest Hemingway famously liberated himself from the Nazis has undergone a multimillion-dollar renovation, but retains its old-world charm, including tufted leather banquettes and bar stools.
Another thing that thankfully hasn’t changed is ’s legendary head bartender Colin Field. Wearing a white tuxedo jacket (with his name embroidered on the pocket), the connoisseur looks deeply into your eyes (and as if staring into your soul), each with a fragrant red or They cheerfully introduce drinks with pink roses on them.
The menu is full of variations on classics like the Clean Dirty Martini, served with frozen cubed juice, and the Ritz Pimm’s, which has plenty of secret ingredients in addition to, of course, olive juice. Ginger ale and champagne, and fruit accompaniments: cucumber, fresh mint, griottine cherries, etc., he would rather choose for you.