Patriarch’s Ponds harks back to Soviet days, when the parks were populated with children and babushky . You’ll see grandmothers pushing...
Moscow Museum of Modern Art Yermolaevsky
This handsome neoclassical building houses a branch of the main MMOMA on ul Petrovka. Formerly the Moscow Union of Artists, it is now...
The chic interior and intimate atmosphere make for a sophisticated little bar, which manages to be trendy but not pretentious. The menu...
Occupying the old boathouse overlooking Patriarch’s Ponds, this place is hard to beat for atmosphere. The pavilion dates from the 19th...
Malaya Bronnaya ul 28 · interesting places nearby
Cafe Margarita information
With walls lined with bookshelves, and a location opposite Patriarch’s Ponds, this offbeat cafe is popular with a well-read, young crowd. These bookworms are pretty quiet during the day, but the place livens up in the evening, when it often hosts live acoustic, folk and jazz music.