If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, Sevkabel Port is the place to go. You get the maritime feel as you get out of the Primorskaya metro and see hawkers selling fresh fish. One option is to take the bus ride of 10 minutes and another option is to take the walk of 30 minutes to get there. Sevkabel Port is a free public space which is opened daily from 10:30 to 23:00. Foodies, brace yourselves for the endless culinary trip which ranges from burgers to shawarmas! Outside the GRÜN restaurant, you can see fresh vegetables being delivered for preparing the Scandinavian delicacies and the inside feels like the Hanging Gardens of Babylon with all the green plants. Adjacent to it is Crispy Pizza but there is also Middle Eastern cuisine at the Easy Humus restaurant on the right side of the open space. Plov One Love is quite an intriguing and punny name and you can indeed have delicious pilaf with some juicy meat there. In front of the indoor restaurants, there are a series of street food trucks where you can contemplate your order being cooked right in front of you. Experience sous vide cooking at Street Suvid, relish a cup of masala chai and Italian pizzas at MarioSisters and try the Mexican and Korean fusions at Belki Uglevody. In the end of the alley, there are also specialized bars and pubs such as Axiom, KUTA and Machty. Once the outside culinary trip is over, head into the main hall and check out the events being held there. For instance, the Big Resale Weekend has some good offers for clothing items and accessories. Be sure to keep an eye on the website for other cultural or shopping events which are held. There are also two halls where open lectures are done but they are in Russian. Besides the open and indoor spaces where you can do skateboarding, there is also the backyard where you can get a scenic view of the Vantovy bridge.