The ceiling in the "Prince’s” hall remained from the merchant's house of the 18th century. It is left in its original form and preserves the architecture of that time. The paintings on the walls illustrate plots from the city history. We can say that every pebble here is saturated with the atmosphere of historical times. "Prince’s" hall is considered to be a solemn hall. Weddings, banquets and anniversaries are often held here. The capacity of the hall is up to thirty people.
People's Hall is loved by our guests for the comfort and warm homely atmosphere. It reflects the simplicity of Russian life. Furniture, utensils, dishes, interior decoration - all this brings to mind the distant past life of Russian people. There is a Russian stove in the hall, which personifies the home - a source of heat and comfort. It still operates, so the menu presents specialties cooked in it. Those interested can participate in the cooking process and put there your pot with the help of traditional grip. The capacity of the hall is up to twenty people.
Kustodiev hall is furnished in the traditions of the XIX century. Here are reproductions of works by the famous Russian artist Kustodiev, reflecting the way of life in that time. The master’s life and work are still comprehensible and interesting to the Russian people. The overseas chandelier of the Italian masters, the muffled light, the cozy atmosphere - all this disposes to pleasant gatherings over a cup of tea in the long winter evenings. The capacity is up to eighteen people.
The magnificence of the small "Box" in its diverse designations: It can be Sunday dinner with family and business dinner with colleagues, and the solitude of a couple in love. The capacity of the hall is up to ten people.
The small, cozy “Shot glass” hall allows guests so quickly and easily, “on one leg” to look at the restaurant on the glance and to improve your health - to taste our branded tinctures and delicious Russian snacks.