A new project by a caterer Dmitry Zotov ("Wing or Leg", "Chugunny Most") and somelier Segrei Krylov appeared on the place of "22.13" bar and now serves the best giblets in Moscow with good ale. The interior of the "22.13", now bankrupt, was supplemented with vintage furniture, a portrait of a sheep above the entrance and a lamp above each table to add to intimacy. The food is tasty and truly rural: the above mentioned giblets, fat pork, barley porridge, beetrout soup, veal liver pate. They now have 11 sorts of ale in the pub, including casked Rev. James, Scottish stout Balhaven, succesfully substituting Guinness, and Belgian Barbar (all at 310 rubles a pint).
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