Veranda 32.05 is an inviting space in the Hermitage garden, ideal for gastronomic evenings, friendly chats with a jug of Italian house wine, spontaneous dances on Fridays or plays for kids and their parents on Sundays. It is one of the favourite spots among the Moscow hipsters, especially good in summer. The menu is rather dubious, but you can grab the food and sangria to go and have a picnic right next to the place. The cafe offers traditional Muscovite dishes as well as trendy gastronomic hits created under the guidance of chef Vlad Rybkin. They also have a nice selection of wines from small vineries in Italy, Chile, Argentina and Australia.