This chain of private gyms offers a range of fitness classes, including yoga, step-aerobics, Pilates and dance classes. There are six...
Anyone can be a museum director, as demonstrated by Moscow businessman-turned-art-collector Igor Markin. His 700-plus–piece collection...
Church of the Small Ascension
This is a hold-over (or a comeback?) from the days when a drinking establishment needed no special name. The ryumochnaya was the...
Tucked into a cosy basement crowded with comfy tables, this inviting little hovel makes it easy to sample fresh Russian soups and...
Bolshaya Nikitskaya ul 19 · interesting places nearby
Named for the Mayakovsky Theatre downstairs, this is a remake of a much beloved club that operated in this spot throughout the 1990s. The reincarnated version is more pub than club, exuding the air of a welcoming, old-fashioned inn. But it still attracts actors, artists and writers, who come to see friendly faces and eat filling European fare.