The annual music festival in Sanremo, Italy is very popular in Russia, so it is no wonder that someone would name their restaurant after that town. Especially if it is an Italian restaurant. Sanremo in Sochi is noted not only for its cuisine but also for its seaside location, gorgeous views, and breezy vibe. The restaurant's designers aimed to create a unique "beach feeling," even covering the floor with sand for authenticity. The prices in Sanremo are quite high, but the food makes up for the price and the restaurant also serves as a venue for concerts of popular Russian musicians.
If you like beer, check out this brewery and restaurant at the corner of Donskaya and Gagarina streets. It offers a posh ambiance and a menu filled with beer grub such as knedliky (Czech dumplings), as well as seafood dishes. For music lovers, the restaurant regularly organizes live music concerts.
The name of this restaurant refers to an inextricable part of Russian culture, the dacha (summer house). Lots of people in the country, not just oligarchs, have them. Sochi has long been a place where influential people (such as high-ranking Soviet functionaries) had their summer houses, hence "The Boss's Dacha." The restaurant offers many entertainment options for its patrons, such as billiards, karaoke, live music, and DJ nights. The food menu is pretty standard, featuring European and Japanese dishes. You can also pay tribute to a time-honored Russian summer tradition by making your own shashlyk (skewered meat) on the terrace.
This bowling club is located on the fifth floor of the Aleksandriya mall. It boasts beautiful views of the city. If you are hungry or want to have a drink, Irbis has a restaurant and bar.
Amshensky Dvor is a private ethnographic museum where you can learn about the cultures of the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus region. Among the exhibits are numerous artifacts dating back to the IV-I centuries BC. The museum complex also contains a restaurant, which serves traditional Russian dishes such as ukha, or fish soup, as well as staples of Caucasean cuisine such as khachapuri, or cheese-filled bread. Amshensky Dvor is located in the Kazachi Brod village, which is situated on the way from Adler, where the coastal Olympic facilities are located, to Krasnaya Polyana, the site of the Olympic mountain sports competitions.
For those looking for a place where you can spend some quality time with your family, Sochi Park comes most recommended. The park has a plethora of activities for kids and adults alike. Try your hand at all the rides, there are many for the daredevils and also for those with fainter hearts, but all the rides are absolutely safe. Children can sing and dance with the costume-clad friends and then get yourself entertained at the popular aquatic show. If hunger strikes during your trip, do not worry a bit because Sochi Park has several eateries dotted around. The theme of the park is refreshing, hence make sure you collect loads of pictures as memories when you get back home. Details for the park can be obtained at +7 800 100 3339.