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Even though the name of this stylish and expensive establishment has the word "bar" in it, rest assured that you won't leave the place hungry. The Bar London menu features a wide array of high-quality food, from Italian and Japanese dishes to sandwiches and steaks. A breakfast menu is also available. Bar London takes its name from a hotel that was located here in pre-revolutionary years. This hotel welcomed a lot of notable Russian cultural figures, such as composer Sergei Rachmaninoff and Futurist artist David Burliuk. Bar London pays homage to such an arty pedigree by holding a variety of cultural events, which include film screenings, jazz concerts, and rock shows.
Abba Bar is a merry place that boasts quality programming. Its past guests include well-known Russian DJs and stand-up comedians. The bar's decor, with pop art and op art motives, is also quite fascinating. The bar has a food menu, which includes mostly European dishes. Homemade pastries are served as well.
Soviet movie aficionados will be pleased to know that this establishment, formerly called Kafe Kurortnoye, was featured under the name Plakuchaya Iva in the famous comedy Brilliantovaya Ruka (The Diamond Arm). This is where the main character Semyon Semyonych sang his hit "Song About Rabbits." The place is situated close to the Sochi Circus and combines a restaurant, a bar, and a karaoke club. The menu is truly international, featuring Russian, Caucasian, Italian, French, and even Mexican dishes (quite a rarity in Sochi). The name "Lentyai" translates as "Idle Fellow," and it is indeed a good place to relax with a hookah, a pastime very popular in Russia.