The place with a signature name (Spring is coming) opened together with Pryanosti and Radosti (both are Ginza projects): the first floor is taken by the bar and the second – by the restaurant. Go upstairs if you are really hungry and are ready for a huge 500-rouble shawarma. If you know what financial crisis means, stay downstairs and have some wine (100 roubles per glass). However, the place doesn't look informal and the menu has both 1,000 rouble-a bottle wines and those six times more expensive. But the food is simple: various tapas – mini-pkhali, potatoes and herring – not much but this place is for drinking and talking not eating. Prices are petty – 20 roubles a starter so take them all at once not to bother the waiter asking for more.
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