Café des Artistes
Church of the Resurrection
Through the arch across the start of Bryusov per is the unexpected little gold-domed Church of the Resurrection . The main building,...
An excavation of Voskresensky most (Voskresensky Bridge), which used to span the Neglinnaya River and commence the road to Tver,...
Central Lenin Museum
The former Central Lenin Museum was once the big daddy of all the Lenin museums, but was closed in 1993 after the White House shoot out....
Moscow Art Theatre
Often called the most influential theatre in Europe, this is where method acting was founded over 100 years ago, by Stanislavsky and...
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....
Lonely Planet review
A restaurant and art gallery in one, this gay-friendly, Swiss-owned establishment is an interesting and elegant place to enjoy a meal. The glitzy interior has rich red tapestries, marble walls and a frescoed ceiling. The menu is full of delicious options, but the specialities of the house include cream of spinach soup and fresh oysters. Come for the ‘Hungry Sunday’ special, which offers an excellent, alternating three-course meal for R600.