Saint Petersburg is one of Russia’s most picturesque cities. Its residents love it to the point of unquestionable adoration. To try and understand these feelings of we recommend joining the crowd of high school graduates at the Palace embankment for the Scarlet sails celebration, visiting a local club to hear one of city’s rock legends live, going out to the Lieutenant Schmidt embankment for the Navy Day to see the Baltic Fleet warships or buying a ticket for a home match of St. Petersburg’s iconic FC Zenit.
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There are many Stolle pie cafes in St. Petersburg. This particular one is open at Konyushenny Sidestreet. Each Stolle cafe is set with Viennese chairs, decorated with dark wood panels and vintage photos of St. Petersburg in the beginning of the twentieth century. The menu is the same: yeast-dough pies with cabbage, rabbit meat, herring, cottage cheese, apples, dried apricots, lemons and much more. You can eat right there or take away - either a piece or a whole pie. The salads are nothing to write home about, but their sorrel soup, ukha fish soup, pike perch a-la Polonaise and pelmeni dumplings can be an excellent lunch.
Nevsky Prospekt, 11
st. Admiralteyskaya, Nevskiy Prospekt, Gostiny Dvor