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Yury Dolgoruky Statue
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Maki Café information
With a menu ranging from its namesake maki rolls to fresh green salads to Italian soft drinks, the theme at the Maki Café is diverse. The cafe is complemented by its minimalist, industrial decor – clunky light fixtures, lots of brick and metal. It appeals to a hip, urban audience, including a regular crowd of gay and lesbian patrons. This is a great place to eat or drink, and the bar gets noisy and fun in the evenings.