Stolle - Mariinsky
Grand Choral Synagogue
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Stolle - Mariinsky information
Lonely Planet review
One of several outlets throughout the city, Stolle is a great place to come for coffee or dessert after an evening at the theatre. Black-and-white photos adorn the light-coloured walls, while jazz music wafts in the air. There is another outlet further up ul Dekabristov, although its basement setting is not quite as inviting.