Finally Moscow’s techno hipster youth has a bar that reminds them of their spiritual homeland Berlin. The atmosphere is very democratic (you can find guests in their robes or with their dogs) and every little detail in the interior décor is meant to remind you of 1970’s Berlin, i.e. vintage skis, telephones, books and other knick-knacks brought in from various Berlin flea markets. There are two floors: the first one is an airy bar area that benefits from the wide open floor to ceiling windows, while the dimly lit basement area provides ample seating for bigger groups. The food menu, though rather limited for now, was developed by Dmitry Kuklev, the former sous-chef at Strelka. There are a few imaginative cocktails and the wine menu numbers roughly 20 whites, reds and oranges. On weekends, local and/or international DJ’s bring the party!