Dead Poets Bar

Dead Poets Bar
23 March 2015

Although this retro bar is easy to miss, once you go in, you might not see an available table in sight. The set of black velvet drapes by the entrance are meant to transport you to a time when there were a lot of speakeasy bars, which developed when selling alcohol in establishments became illegal in the United States. On weekends, the bar usually hosts a musical group that gives the place a whole other dimension. If you’re not interested in live concerts – which seem to be very sought-after -, you can always move to their quietest room. But even when the bar reaches its full capacity, it still does not get crowded or noisy.

Cheese plate, meat plate, beef carpaccio, warm salads, burgers and their famous patés are just some of the food items on their menu (available in English). As for drinks, you will have pages and pages of different types of beer, a wide selection of whiskies and liqueurs, but also great cocktails and wines. It’s a great place to meet up with your friends for dinner or for just a couple of drinks and some snacks.

I have been to Dead Poets last Saturday night and I had a great time: we had one of their paté sets and the cheese plate (served with honey and almonds on the side, yum!) and I discovered a band called Blues Juice.

I highly recommend you to check out Dead Poets. I already have a table reserved for next Saturday to watch the live violin and piano concert that will take place between 21h00 and 22h00! Feel free to join us!

Address: 12 Улица Жуковского

Dead Poets website: http://dpoets.ru

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