In the Sherry-Netherland Hotel on the Upper East Side, the first New York Cipriani restaurant has golden walls lit with glowing sconces that illuminate the classic dining room. Designed to imitate the original Cipriani restaurant, Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy, Harry Cipriani opened in 1985 and serves classic Italian dishes. A quiet section in the back seats as many as 50, while the entire restaurant seats 130.
|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. feet|
|Harry Cipriani: Entire Space||2,400||1,100|
|Harry Cipriani: Ballroom||2,000||850|
|Harry Cipriani: Chapel||400||250|