This is a bar created for intellectuals. Everything here reinforces this message — from the name of the place to the Hemingway picture on the front door. But there is not even a hint of snobbery, in fact, it's quite the opposite — you would feel as if you were in the company of old friends here. The moment you make yourself comfortable behind the bar, the bartender greets you with a handshake — now you are not just a guest for him, but an acquaintance.
The cocktail menu contains hits at very affordable prices: 250 rubles for Negroni, White Russian, Whiskey Sour and Moscow Mule. The menu is constantly updated. You will always find something seasonal here. If you want to feel like a regular, order a limoncello (do not look for it on the bar menu).
The soulful and stylish bar opened two years ago at the end of Karl Marx Street, and over the course of this time has become a favorite place for those who are "in the know." Proximity to the equally popular Molchanov Bar worked well for both places: on Friday and Saturday evening, guests flow from one establishment to the other, without even trying to figure out which one is better.
The average check is from 500 to 1000 rubles per person.