An atmospheric terrace now available at Yest' khinkali & Pit' vino on Pyatnitskaya
The Yest' khinkali & Pit' vino's Pyatnitskaya location celebrated the advent of summer with the opening of a cozy dining terrace. Open-air dining experience naturally complements the best house khinkali in Moscow and delectable grill dishes, while the view of the historic city quarters of the Chernigov monastery, a 14th-15th century architectural landmark, creates a unique ambience. The church buildings within the quarters are the oldest extant in the Russian capital. This sanctuary of piece and quiet in the middle of the city's hustle and bustle is an ideal spot to have a wine-sipping conversation with friends or a cup of coffee - brewed the traditional hot sand way and enjoyed with a pelamushi cake, baklava, or churchkhela.
The design of the terrace is somewhat more succinct than the interior dining space but no less pleasing, with wooden furniture and lighter colors. The terrace easily seats up to 45 persons. Fragrant petunias in flower boxes, a small fountain, and garlands on the ceiling complete the picture. For the entire summer, the terrace opens at 11 a.m. and closes at midnight Sunday to Thursday and at 2a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Starting June 14, the 72-inch plasma TV above the largest party table will show all World Cup matches. Football fans will surely appreciate a special complimentary: a decanter of homestyle Kakheti chacha brandy.