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Butyirskaya 520 m 34, Sheremetevskaya Street
  • (495) 619 94 54

Pub Jolly Dog Pub


Mon–Tue: 12:00–00:00
Wed–Fri: 12:00–02:00
Sat–Sun: 12:00–00:00

Veal tenderloin goulash — 340 rub.
Rucola with shrimps — 450 rub.
Blue mussels served with cream&garlic sauce — 520 rub.
Business lunch — 230 rub.
Guinness draught beer, 250 ml — 190 rub.

Its British-style antique furniture creates an atmosphere of an English pub that appeared many centuries ago in the ports of Ireland. It is this furniture that imparts some sense of spirituality and home to this place.

However, it is a pub just in half. The rest of the space is filled with modern interior elements.

It is a place where you can have a nourishing meal, drink some good draught English beer, listen to live music and enjoy its welcoming ambience.

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Butyirskaya 520 m
Moscow, 34, Sheremetevskaya Street

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