Happy Sparkling New
Why locals love it
Actually there are two bars in one building: Purga-1 and Purga-2. And every day at 12 o'clock here the most popular holiday in Russia - New Year - is celebrated. If you enter this club once you'll never go away: the atmosphere of euphoria supplemented with bunny ears on everybody's head and sparklers will blow your mind.
Why you should visit it
For those who has never had a chance to celebrate New Year in Russia before. Here you'll get a traditional combo of champagne, tangerines, banya, ensemble of songs and dances and gypsy fortune-teller. The only minus is the entrance fee (about 6 euros).
They also have a restaurant with russian and european dishes so you won't be hungry.