Cipriani 42nd Street
Cipriani 42nd street, formerly known as the Bowery savings bank, is a national landmark conveniently located adjacent to grand central station. Built in 1921 in the spirit of the italian renaissance, Louis Aires, of the distinguished architectural firm York & Sawyer, created “easily the most sumptuous of its kind in the country, departing sharply from the old architectural idea of a modified greek temple as the proper model for a savings bank.”
Cipriani 42nd street is the perfect setting in which to reproduce the glamour of Harry’s Bar in Venice.
Arrigo Cipriani’s son, Giuseppe, at the age of 20, crossed the Atlantic and found that New York was waiting for a replica of the bar and restaurant in Venice. Arrigo and Giuseppe founded Harry Cipriani on Fifth avenue, Downtown Cipriani in Soho, Cipriani Wall Street and, most recently, Rainbow by Cipriani.
Combined with perfect service, the breathtaking beauty of Cipriani 42nd Street and our famous true italian cuisine, the ingredients for a memorable experience are yours.