Taps: 9 / Bottles: 2
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 1 | Reviews: 1
3.46/5 rDev 0%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | $$$
This is a fairly new place in the back of a large building on the main drag out of town on the way to the airport and St. Petersburg. A sign leads one to steps down to the main door, then down more stairs to the coat rack on the left, then to a T intersection. Go left down more stairs to a small seating area (maybe 20 people) with upholstered chairs and round white formica tables. Go right, then down more stairs to the right to a long thin rectangular room. White plaster ceiling, track lighting hanging down to each table. Burlap covers the walls, beige above table height, brown below. Lots of little photos of urban scenes cover the walls. The floor is cobblestone. A small brick bar with three stools stands to the left of the stairs. Ten heavy dark wooden tables are set up around the room, seven with high-backed benches to form boothes, while the others have wooden chairs. Total seating, including the stools is 61. Light rock is on the sound system, while a projection screen hangs on the far wall.
Nine taps, of which only Staropramen Granat is unusual in Moscow. The others are Krusovice Pale and Dark, Velvet, Hoegarden, Paulaner Hefeweizen, Krombacher, Heineken and Guinness. The beers are served well, at the right temperation in the right logo glassware. The service was quick, but that's because only one other person was there on a Friday at about 3:00. No reason to go back.
05-07-2006 18:07:15 | More by Globetrotter
Bolshiye Goroda in Moscow, Russian Federation
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