Grigory Leps and Emin Agalarov conceived the Vodka Bar & Lounge project as a tribute to the ambiance reigning in vodka bars of the Soviet days.
Impromptu encounters, soulmate conversations, friendships people valued and, of course, affordable prices were typical of such social centers for communities of people with similar interests.
You will have it all back at Vodka Bar & Lounge. On top of it: 70 vodka varieties, 30 flavored vodka specialties and liqueurs paired with classic appetizers.
Plenty to choose from! 70 vodka brands: from Pshenichnaya to Belvedere, house-made infusions and liqueurs to fit any taste; signature cocktails and a well thought-out menu offering an impeccable balance of new dishes and old favorites.
Mini sandwiches and canapés are a keeper. Mimosa salad and dressed herring bring out nostalgic memories. They are also the best guides for tourists exploring Russian cuisine.
All our customers agree that they enjoy being here; they feel comfortable and relaxed like at home.
Such inseparable attributes of the Soviet days as a soda vending machine and a ficus tree turn the vodka lounge into a set for a retro movie. Who knows: You may play the lead role in it.
"A glass of vodka" - not just a glass. This is a place with excellent cuisine, where they take care of all guests without exception. For those who comply with the Great Lent, there is a Lenten menu, concise, but interesting.
With all the restrictions in the post, it is important to eat properly, and lean dishes in the Gregory Leps gastronomic project are designed with consideration of the principles of healthy eating. Healthy mushroom cream soup (390 rubles), hummus with homemade cake (290 rubles) or fried khinkali with ajapsandal (350 rubles), potatoes with zucchini in Georgian style (370 rubles) can make a healthy lunch. A baked apple with quince, honey and nuts (190 rub.) Is a universally delicious dessert for all times, in fasting and not only.