Strelka Bar is the social heart of Strelka Institute. The eclectic interior brings together art deco elements with Italian and Scandinavian design from the 1960s and ‘70s. Guests can choose from an extensive cocktail list and an international menu, that includes seasonal dishes and local ingredients. The summertime rooftop terrace overlooks the Moscow River, and kiosk in the courtyard offers street food menu. Every weekend bar hosts parties with a special music programme, from dj-sets to live performances. All profits from the bar support Strelka Institute.
Website
strelka.com
Address
Strelka, 14/5 Bersenevskaya Naberezhnaya, Moscow, Russia
Current city: Moscow
Other cities: Minsk
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