Moscow is the capital of Russia. Apart from being a major political, economic, cultural and scientific center of the continent, this city has a thriving nightlife, with ever-changing bars and lounges. In keeping with the trends of London and New York, it gives a pretty heavy emphasis on style. Flights to Moscow will introduce you to a city that is cosmopolitan yet utterly glamorous.
The Bosco Bar is for those with a sweet tooth. This is a quirky and hip venue with a striking idiosyncratic décor. You will see lots o bold colors, chairs hanging from the ceilings and a unique striped bar. Its bright and fun ambiance has a hint of the seventies. Add to that the bar’s awesome location, on the perimeter of Red Square, and accessible through the epic GUM department store. Along with unbeatable views of Moscow’s iconic landmarks, this place offers a menu of pretty cool cocktails. So grab your plane tickets and waste no time in relaxing in this candy-shop type bar.
Another gorgeous bar which is a favorite among the local fashionistas is Candy Bar and Kitchen. With a long 14-page menu and a range of 32 cocktails mixed with 23 types of vodka, 10 kinds of champagnes and 13 rums, this is the perfect way to feast you after getting cheap airline tickets. The clientele you’ll be a part of is glamorous and the food you will get is a tasty range of Asian and Tapas dishes.
If you scored cheap tickets to Moscow, a great place to splurge is Delicatessen. With renowned Russian bartender turned restaurateur Vyacheslav Lankin and fellow Muscovites, Evgeny Smoletov, Ivan Shishkin and Pavel Lisyukov as its owners, this hip cocktail lounge is one of the best in the city. The attractive lounge has a crackling fireplace, distinctive wallpaper and an adorable piano. The skilled team has brilliant knowledge of cocktails and keeps the bar well-stocked with rare spirits and house infusions. There are a number of classic drinks you can enjoy, something for every taste.
One of Moscow’s smartest nightspots is the GQ Bar. Any of the cheap flights to Moscow will take you to this cavernous place, housed in a 17th century building and overlooking Balchug Street. It consists of two balconies overlooking the intimate dining area, and a large bar positioned at the entrance. The whole area is slightly imposing and fashionably expensive. You can enjoy a host of Russian dishes accompanied by a wide array of delectable cocktails.