Living: A Peach Of a Drink

Ernest Hemingway ordered doubles at Harry's Bar on hot Venetian mornings. Noel Coward savored them too. The Bellini, for 40 years a Harry's signature, is a romantic sort of drink -- fizzy on the tongue, dizzy on the mind and wonderfully pretty in pink. Now it has crossed the Atlantic triumphantly, as Cipriani has opened two dolce vita restaurants in New York.

% "It's the perfect summer drink," says a Manhattan convert. The concoction -- one part fresh peach juice, two parts champagne -- is Cipriani pride: Giuseppe, Harry's father and founder of the Venetian bar, invented it. But now it...

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