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Cipriani Legacy


The Cipriani legacy began when Giuseppe Cipriani Sr. opened Harry’s Bar in Venice in 1931. Warm and inviting the small room was soon crowded with artists, aristocrats, and writers who came for the Bellinis and stayed for the conversation.


A LASTING IMPRESSION

Giuseppe Cipriani Sr. was attuned to the tastes and whims of patrons and always found new ways to delight them. Attracting everyone from Ernest Hemingway to Katharine Hepburn, Harry’s Bar became famous for its charming atmosphere and discreet, anticipatory service. This unmatched hospitality paired with style, authenticity, and the love of good food are at the heart of the Cipriani brand.


“ABOVE ALL, SERVE PATRONS WITH LOYAL DEVOTION, DOWN TO THE LAST DETAIL.”

ARRIGO CIPRIANI


Ernest Hemingway and Giuseppe Cipriani Sr.


Cipriani Carpaccio

In 1950, Countess Amalia Nani Mocenigo was advised, for health reasons, to consume only raw meat. To accommodate her needs, Giuseppe Cipriani created a unique dish inspired by the Piedmontese specialty "carne cruda all'albese." He named the dish "Carpaccio" after Vittore Carpaccio, the Venetian painter renowned for the distinctive red and white hues in his artwork.



The Original Bellini

In 1948, Giuseppe Cipriani, inspired by the Venetian painter Giovanni Bellini, created a pink fruity drink by pureeing his beloved small white peaches. Unbeknownst to him, this drink would make a significant impact on the world of cocktails, becoming an iconic staple that is still enjoyed today.


Expanding a Legacy

The intimate, welcoming Venetian atmosphere now infuses Cipriani properties worldwide. Cipriani Residences Miami continues the tradition of hospitality, with effortlessly chic style, thoughtful details, and exclusive experiences.