This space on the 56th floor of Imperia Tower in Moscow City (next door to the complex’s museum and observation deck) is more like a New York bar than one in Moscow: the panoramic window provides an excellent view of the neighboring skyscrapers. High ceilings and vintage chandeliers create a distinctive atmosphere, and there are live jazz performances on Thursdays. High Bar was decorated by Natalia Belonogova (Severyane, Buro TSUM): the interior has the expected concrete and metal, but a desirable contrast is achieved with plenty of living greenery. It is especially beautiful in the evening when the bar has lots of warm artificial light.
The bar’s cocktail list is divided into eras: when ordering a drink, you can learn the history of the bartending profession and how the culture of alcohol consumption evolved in different countries. The menu includes hot drinks based on original recipes from the 18th century (at that time, alcohol with bitters and juices were mixed only in half-boiling form), classic American cocktails of the last century, and original modern variations. The food is focused on seafood, with Far Eastern Moroccan oysters, caviar and ceviche.
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