700 — 1500
This tiny restaurant chain in the spirit of Soviet intelligentsia includes just three locations: Bolshaya Nikitskaya, Malaya Yakimanka, and Malaya Ordynka. The interior design of each restaurant recreates an quaint old Moscow apartment. Tables with tasseled lampshades hanging over them, upholstery textiles, large mechanical clocks, and bookshelves with the works of immortal Russian authors: all of this is meant to make the restaurants as warm and welcoming as possible. People like coming here for a leisurely evening or a holiday celebration.
The menu is based on home-made European cuisine, with subtle emphasis on cult classics like Caesar salad, bruschetta, and grilled dishes. Seasonal products are also added to the menu on a regular basis. The bar menu boasts different beers, strong liquors, and wines. Guests can dine on a veranda during the warm season.
Over the weekends, Apartment 44 hosts concerts in a variety of music genres, from jazz to singer-songwriter performances.
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