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Introduction, Red Square
Cold-war kitsch, cool cuisine and frozen spirits.
Walking past an enormous statue of Lenin, guests enter Red Square’s distinctly Russian atmosphere of intrigue and opulence. Rich, red velvet banquettes; soaring tapestries; a grand crystal chandelier and other relics of Imperial Russia are juxtaposed with distressed brick walls and faded images of Soviet propaganda. Patrons can dawn authentic Russian army jackets and fur coats in the subzero vodka vault or mingle over 200 of the world’s finest vodkas at the frozen ice bar.
Details, Red Square
Taking center stage in this striking setting is the perestroika-inspired cuisine, with a menu featuring a wide selection of the world’s finest caviars and dishes that nod Mother Russia while incorporating a mix of French, European, Asian and classic American flavors.Signature dishes include Siberian Nachos—a house specialty of wonton chips, smoked salmon, wasabi crème fraiche and citron caviar; and Chicken Kiev stuffed with herbs, cheese and butter, served with vegetable rice pilaf and a mushroom and port reduction.