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.
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.
If you're interested in the Russian rock or punk scene, you have to check out this rock club. T2 is known for having live concerts, including performances from nationally known Russian bands. So order a cocktail and enjoy the music.
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.
Forward Tower is in the Adler District, where the coastal Olympic facilities are located. It is a whole complex, which combines a restaurant, a sports bar, and a terrace. The international menu features favorites such as shashlyk (skewered meat), Italian dishes, and sushi.
The name of this restaurant and bar does not lie - the place is indeed located right by the sea. The views it offers are very beautiful. Sea Zone was originally launched as a summer-only restaurant, but may be open year-round in the coming months. The restaurant offers European dishes and of course sushi, as well as a wide array of drinks, including cocktails. Please note that the establishment is quite expensive and has a dress code: it doesn't allow people in footwear that might be deemed too informal (for example, flip-flops).
This cafe is located in the Mys Vidny sanatori, a health-oriented hotel complex. It features free karaoke, a playground, and a menu filled with Russian meat and seafood dishes. If you want a very simple and inexpensive meal by the sea, check this place out.