Lumberjack Bar

Lumberjack Bar
26 July 2016

Despite its location not far from Kitai Gorod, the Lumberjack bar doesn’t quite feel like its in Moscow, or even Russia.

On Saturday night a group of us decided to head to a bar in Moscow for the first time to get a feel for Russian drinking culture.

Lumberjack theme?

With the staff dressed as lumber jacks in chequered shirts and braces, baseball playing in the background, and the only beers on sale coming from the UK and Ireland, it has a mixed feel of the USA Canada and the UK. Beers and Ciders start from around 390 roubles. It is not the cheapest place in Moscow, but by no means near the most expensive. They also have a wide variety of vodkas, whiskeys and other spirits.

If you’re wanting to find a traditional Russian bar (as we originally intended), this definitely isn’t it. However, the atmosphere inside was good and the staff were very friendly. The burgers are also quite reasonably priced, between 600 and 700 roubles. They also have a number of dishes to share.  I would recommend the food.

It seemed to be popular too with Muscovites as it was difficult finding a table at 10:30. There wern’t many around for the rest of the night either!

On weekdays it closes at midnight, but Saturdays it remains open until 3 am. Menus are in Russian only, but most of the staff can speak English.

Link to the bar’s Facebook page can be found here.

Lawrence Toye currently studying Russian at Liden & Denz Moscow.

Posted by Lawrence Toye

Привет Everyone! My name is Lawrence, I’m 21, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK, and I’m pleased to say I’m the new social media intern at Liden&Denz Moscow for the next 5 weeks. This is only my first day in Moscow, so I still have so much to see and take in! I love learning languages and spent last year living in the Middle East and studying Arabic. When I started studying at politics and economics at university last September, I couldn’t resist doing a language course alongside. Even though I could’ve probably picked an easier language, I felt Russian would be the most rewarding. I was right! Despite the frequently confusing grammar, in particular the cases, I thoroughly enjoyed it. As I’ve finished university for the summer, I decided to come here to to Liden&Denz to improve my Russian, and learn more about Russian culture. This is only my first full day in Russia, and I’m really excited to write about my thoughts, insights, and experiences of Moscow and learning Russian.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related posts
The demand for native teachers of English, German and other foreign languages is still high in Russia. While the majority of young expat teachers ...
Read more
Travelling to a foreign country can be a stressful experience – there is so much to organise, double check, then organise again! So, how can ...
Read more
In this day, May 7th, was born one of the world known composers: Tchaikovsky (7 May 1840 in  Votkinsk and died 6 November 1893 in ...
Read more
Not only people travel, also words do! When a word is adopted from one language and incorporated into another language without translation it is ...
Read more