The Mariinsky Theatre has played a pivotal role in Russian ballet ever since it was built in 1859 and remains one of Russia's most loved...
This spectacular palace on the Moyka River has some of best 19th-century interiors in the city, in addition to a fascinating and...
This illustrious music school was the first public music school in Russia. The Bolshoy Zal (Big Hall) on the 3rd floor is an excellent...
Set in the intimate summer pavilion of Yusupov Palace, this visiting VIPs’ choice serves some of the finest Russian and European cuisine...
ul Glinki 2 · interesting places nearby
Serving all the Russian favourites, this impressive restaurant’s decor combines traditional Zhostovo floral designs and Murano glass chandeliers with a slick contemporary style. It’s popular with theatregoers (reservations are recommended in the evenings in the high season), as it’s an obvious pre– or post–Mariinsky Theatre dining option. The waiters, all music students at the nearby Conservatory, give 'impromptu' vocal performances.
There’s a great children’s room and a full children’s menu to boot, so families are very well catered for.