This month, the fast-evolving Moscow bar and restaurant scene serves up some late-night Pizza a la Intourist, more Guinness Extra Stout, and a tap-room conspiracy.
If you are looking for a good place to eat right in the heart of downtown, Moscow’s Patio Pizza has just opened its second restaurant ‐ this one at the base of the Hotel Intourist on Tverskaya ulitsa. Patio Pizza has built a legend for itself with its reasonable prices (including a $6 all-you-can-eat salad bar) and for cultivating something akin to a suburban American atmosphere in central Moscow.
Patio Pizza focuses on what it does best, with only the salad bar and its range of pizzas on offer. Pizzas r u n from $5 for tomato and cheese to $15 for the works. There is a full bar, with light and dark draft beer for $3 a glass. Bottled beers are $4.
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