Moscow Restaurants: News & Openings

May 26, 2016 — 11:45
May 26, 2016 — 11:45


Affordable food from the island

Cubar Moscow is a celebration of everything Cuban — you can even enjoy live Cuban music on certain nights. Start with potaje — black bean soup (175 rubles) and continue with either a Cuban sandwich (445 rubles) or picadillo — ground beef and pork with rice and beans (445 rubles). Indulge in a Cuba Libre (from 250 rubles).

+7 (499) 579 8185
15-17 Bolshoi Cherkassky Pereulok. Metro Lubyanka, Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Kitai-Gorod



Quirky bar by the station

Locals was opened by the same people who created the legendary Oldich Dress & Drink. Some offerings are reminiscent of Oldich, like the pike burger with cheddar cheese and ginger sauce, served with fries (380 rubles). Enjoy the view of Belorussky Station as you sample craft beers and ciders. A blackboard features "odd offers," like a free beer for those wearing brown boots.

+7 (968) 417 1672бар-и-кухня
4 Ulitsa Butyrsky Val. Metro Belorusskaya

The Mad Cook

Mad Cook

Italian cuisine with a twist

Situated on the bottom floor of a business center, the open kitchen and chic interior will impress any client you're looking to wine and dine. The food is interesting, but hardly as off-the-wall as the name would suggest. A vast wine list with many foreign vintages and the professional staff make this a safe bet for a pleasant meal. Perhaps bet to avoid the black meat popsicles.

+7 (495) 775 2085
Legenda Tsvetnogo Business Center
2 Tsvetnoi Bulvar



A speciality caffeine fix

KOF, which stands for Knowledge of Coffee, has quietly been making a name for itself through appearances at food fairs and selling its own speciality coffee blend online. Last month KOF firmly entered the real world with a small coffee counter south of the river. It's a simple set up, but the coffee speaks for itself. Start your day with perfectly frothy cappuccino or keep it classic with a smooth espresso.

+7 (985) 786 6087
7/1 Varshavskoye Shosse. Metro Tulskaya


Written on Skin

Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Netherlands Opera Amsterdam, Theatre du Capitole de Toulouse and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden co-production. In English; adults only.

Thu. Mar. 30 Sun. Apr. 23

George Benjamin’s first full-length opera premiered at the 2012 Aix-en-Provence Festival. The libretto by Martin Crimp is based on the legend of the troubadour Guillaume de Cabestanh whose story is also repeated in The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio. The action takes place in 13th-century Provence. Read more

Alaska: Bridge Between U.S. and Russia

Russia signed a deal, selling Alaska to the United States for $7.2 million, on March 30, 1867.

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Russian Military Training. In Kindergarten.

The city Cherepovets has just opened “Reserve,” a “military-patriotic club” that caters to youngsters just out of daycare.

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Russian Military Training. In Kindergarten.

The city Cherepovets has just opened “Reserve,” a “military-patriotic club” that caters to youngsters just out of daycare.