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The Best Hangover Restaurants in Moscow

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Contributor / Journalist
Updated: 1 November 2017
So you’re finally in Moscow? Great! You’ve been partying for the whole night like a Russian? Congratulations! It’s a very hard thing to resist at night, however, it might be really difficult if you don’t know how to drink in the same manner as Russians do. We totally feel you. Modern Moscow’s restaurant scene is filled with diners, cafés, and restaurants that will leave your stomach feeling content and full once again after such a difficult morning. These are the best spots across Moscow that are going to help you to take your hangover away.

Boston Seafood & Bar

Bar, Seafood, $$$
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This is the perfect Boston seafood spot after a hard party in Russia, yet a perfect place for solo hangover dining and escapism from modern weekend reality. Fancy yourself a visit here, have a glass of wine, mussels, oysters, whole fish of the day, and raw tartar. You’ll be healed one hour after.
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Le Bistrot Le Provos

Bistro, French, $$$
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A perfect place to heal your hangover in a French manner in the heart of Moscow, Le Bistrot Le Provos is typical French bistro with various brunch and lunch options on offer daily. Offering traditional French cuisine, friendly and professional service, affordable prices, good music, and nice visitors from all over the world, everything is right here, in a relaxed and cozy bistro.
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Odessa Mama

Restaurant, European, $$$
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Odessa Mama is a centrally located Ukrainian restaurant in the heart of Moscow, serving delicious Odessa-style food. It’s a perfect place for a meal right after ridiculous parting the night before. It is important to mention that Odessa’s Jewish heritage brings a couple of items that you won’t find in a regular restaurant in Moscow and it’s the hummus, Moscow’s most fashionable dish nowadays, that’s worth trying.
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