Taps: 12 / Bottles: 3
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
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3.83/5 rDev 0%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4 | $$
Newly opened in a former brewpub way out in the northwestern outskirts of the city, the exterior is very poorly kept (or they haven't finished renovating it yet). The interior is one largish room with white gray stone tiles on the floor, pink walls and columns, and a pink and white checkerboard ceiling with lots of white lamps hanging down. A square wooden bar sits in the center of the front half of the room, with five wooden stools scattered about. Most of the dark wooden tables and chairs line three walls on a raised platform. The fourth wall has an alcove with two tables. Six more tables are in the center behind the bar, and a few small tables next to the bar. Total seating here is 100. The walls are lined with pictures of Prague, a legacy of the Czech brewpub that used to be here. There is a billiard room downstairs with no seating.
Twelve taps - three of which are "house" brews (pale, dark, wheat). The waitress refused to tell me who brews them. And one they didn't have that day. The other taps were unimaginative: Heineken, Spaten, Krusovice Pale and Dark, Hoegarden, Paulaner Hefeweizen, Staropramen, Guinness and Velvet. Their own beers were served in plain globular mugs, while the others had logo glassware. The beers appeared to be in good shape. The service was perhaps a bit too eager, but OK overall. The menu was pretty wide-ranging, and not frighteningly expensive. The food was actually quite good.
Kolbasoff is a chain, with other locations closer to the center. No real reason to come out here.
05-07-2006 18:45:07 | More by Globetrotter
Kolbasoff (Petrozavodskaya) in Moscow, Russian Federation
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