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Moscow

Places to eat

Moloko

Brasserie Most

White Rabbit

Cafe Pushkin

Mari Vanna

Moloko

Awesome spot to grab coffee during the day or a midnight snack. This restaurant serves some of the best borscht and beef stroganoff and is open 24/7.

Brasserie Most

The most exquisite place in Moscow to have breakfast or brunch. Try their special Eggs Benedict - you'll be impressed.

White Rabbit

A pompous Alice in Wonderland inspired restaurant located on top of a big shopping mall - with its very own secret entrance. A must to visit for best views of Moscow and a twist on Russian cuisine specials.

Cafe Pushkin

Decadent restaurant located right off of the main boulevard of Moscow - Tverskaya Street. This magical restaurant brings you back to the pre-Soviet Tsarist Russian ways with authentic cuisine, era-specific decor and language. Order from the menu's large offering of Pelmeni (Russian dumplings originating from Siberia). And the best part - the restaurant is open 24 hours with the same excellent service each minute of it!

Mari Vanna

Authentic Russian food in the comfort of an authentic Russian apartment from the Soviet era - what more would you want from a visit to Moscow? Oh wait! There's a cat that lives there too!

Places to drink

Simachev Bar

Level 2

Kalina Bar

Chainaya

Mendeleev Bar

Simachev Bar

Funnest bar/lounge in town for casual drinks and easy-going dancing. The bar is a converted designer shop and is located on the gorgeous Stoleshnikov Pereulok amongst the most beautiful of shops.

Level 2

Secret-is club/lounge located above the wonderful restaurant Ugolek. The music is deep house with top underground DJs flown there from all over the world. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a truly great cocktail accompanied by truly great music. Oh and the bartenders were trained by NYC's very own Employees Only!

Kalina Bar

Moscow views for days can be found at this swanky rooftop spot. Come early or late.

Chainaya

Super hidden bar, something out of a Hutong fairy tale - you won't be disappointed (if you find it).

Mendeleev Bar

Named after the famous Russian chemist, Dmitri Mendeleev - known for his creation of the Periodic Table and Vodka itself. This incredible secret bar in Moscow is inconspicuously located under an Asian noodle shop serving some of the most exotic cocktails and cocktail presentations. A second room opens in the back on weekends with particularly deep house tunes to turn everyone into a raver.

Places to go

Planetarium

Stoleshnikov Pereulok (Shopping Street)

Ice Skating in Red Square

Garage Museum at the Gorky Park

GUM Store

Planetarium

Moscow's old star observatory - learn about the space exploration history at the museum downstairs and a 4D film about Moscow.

Stoleshnikov Pereulok (Shopping Street)

Gorgeous old pedestrian shopping street in Moscow now filled with high-end boutiques and cafes - with Nobu at one of the intersections.

Ice Skating in Red Square

Magical experience not to be missed if one is visiting Moscow in the winter months.

Garage Museum at the Gorky Park

Moscow's newest museum dedicated to modern art with most innovative of exhibitions. Check the schedule to see who's showing during your visit and have lunch or coffee at the cafe downstairs. And if you are visiting in the winter - enjoy the longest skating ring in Europe in the middle of this famous park.

GUM Store

Largest department store in Russia located directly on Red Square. The store now features Soviet themes all around with grocery stores, parfumeries, and Soviet-style cafeteria amongst the top designers such as Louis Vuitton and Bvlgari. Have some Soviet ice-cream at the many ice-cream stands inside, coffee at Coffeemania on the second level, and don't forget to look up at the gorgeous Galleria skylight.

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