St Clement’s Church
Klimentovsky per leads to St Clement’s Church , built between 1742 and 1774, and a rare Moscow example of the true baroque style...
Virgin of Consolation of All Sorrows Church
The empire-style Virgin of Consolation of All Sorrows Church dates from the 1830s.
Ostrovsky Estate-Museum ‘Schelykovo’
Alexander Ostrovsky is the 19th-century playwright who is often considered to be Russia’s greatest realist writer. This museum is...
It was a little fishing village on the Baltic coast that inspired this trendy place. Once discovered by worldly Muscovites, the village...
One of Moscow’s many kitschy, rhyming chain restaurants, this one serving up decent Caucasian dishes at affordable prices.
Lonely Planet review
The big buffet features an amazing array of fish, poultry and meat, plus breakfast items, salads, soups and desserts. After you run the gauntlet and pay the bill, take a seat in the elaborate winter-garden seating area. This Zamoskvorechie outlet is particularly impressive, with two levels of tiled floors, vines draped over wrought-iron rails, and chandeliers suspended from the high ceilings. Beer and wine are available at the bar upstairs.