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Fabrique (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
A huge, well-designed, two-level club where the face control keeps getting stricter. Good food, great guest DJs, but never enough barmen on duty.
First (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
Exclusive restaurant and club with an elegant white interior that boasts a view of the Kremlin. Strict face control.
Flash (Bar/Club) [Strip clubs]
Upscale, glamorous club. with an elegant design in the spirit of the 1920s. Over-the-top shows, classic cabaret, theatrical shows and striptease.
Forte (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
Top jazz and blues acts perform in an intimate setting. www.blues.ru/forte
Fresh (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
A dancefloor lined with comfy armchairs, a romantic coffeehouse, and a hookah in a dark corner, all in one big room. Large selection of cigars.
Faeton (Restaurant) [Georgian]
Good-value, bargain-priced, delicious food; decent interior and service.
Farandola (Restaurant) [Italian]
Offers a wide variety of Southern Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Business lunch noon-5pm. VIP rooms with couches available.
Fata Morgana (Restaurant) [Eclectic]
Pricey, but the tastefully decorated interior and good food make it worthwhile. Eclectic choices. Large wine list.
Fish (Restaurant) [Seafood]
Simple decor and skillfully produced cuisine make this seafood restaurant near Patriarch's Ponds a sound choice. The menu features a wide variety of seafood -- prepared virtually any way you please -- alongside a large number of fresh salads and soups.
Five Spice (Restaurant) [Asian]
Laid-back Chinese and Indian restaurant that recently reopened after repairs and renovations. Delivery.
Fuji (Restaurant) [Japanese]
Attentive kimono-clad waitresses and traditional music in a dining room with a fountain and pool. Sushi bar, teppanyaki cooking. Delivery. Private rooms.
Cafe/restaurant serving everyday fare.
Street-level windows make for great people-watching. Take a spot by the window, order some cheesecake and watch the world go by. Great cocktails, too.
Frantsuzskaya Konditerskaya (Cafe)
The only thing remotely French here is the fruit tarts. Don't expect a "bonjour" from the surly staff. The Malaya Bronnaya location is tiny, with no toilets. Desserts to go.