Arrigo Cipriani's second stronghold (after Harry's Bar), this open-air restaurant is only open when the weather allows. The cuisine is supposedly more summery than chez Harry, but in practice many dishes are identical. What changes is the cost: prices here are two-thirds of those at the mother ship (though that's still a big dent in the wallet). Outside of mealtimes, you can order just a coffee and one of the delectable pastries made on the premises. Come prepared for mosquitoes.