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Le Club (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
Moscow's premier jazz club has hosted greats like Wynton Marsalis. Concerts nightly from 8pm. Cover can be pricey.
Leningrad (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
Large, disco ball-dominated club in a venue at the beginning of Leningradsky Prospekt that has previously been home to Serdtse and other now-defunct clubs. Circular rows of seating around a small dance floor; reasonable drink prices. Restaurant.
Leto (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
(M. Kitai-Gorod / Taganskaya)
A summertime offering from the architects of the wildly successful Zima. Boasts a list of prominent international DJs, as well as state-of-the-art DJ and VJ equipment. Strict face-control is an understatement.
London Pub (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
It's awash with green leather sofa booths, faux antique prints and framed newspapers -- but still the result is a little sterile, and not authentically pub-like. Harp, Guinness, Kilkenny and cider on-tap.
Look In (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
A cafe, bar and restaurant with a bright, airy interior. Exceptionally well stocked bar -- try the house cocktail, Look In Lady. Exhibitions of contemporary artists and photographers change monthly. DJs on Wed., Fri. and Sat.
Luzhniki Sports Palace (Bar/Club) [Drinking & dancing]
L'etranger (Restaurant) [French]
With a French-inspired menu and seating only 40, this restaurant aims to be family-oriented. Try tiger prawn flambe.
La Cantina (Restaurant) [Mexican]
(M. Okhotny Ryad)
Specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine. Try their Drunken Beans, a spicy bean soup with tequila. Live music.
La Casa (Restaurant) [Italian]
Innovatively designed eatery with modern fare. Spaghetti with rabbit is different, but tasty. Church views.
La Cipolla D'Oro (Restaurant) [Italian]
(M. Prospekt Mira)
An up-market Italian restaurant dedicated to the principle of civilized and paced dining. Sophisticated interior design by the architect of the Houses of Armani achieves a soothing elegance through ingenious lighting and a cunning mixture of modern lines with classical accents. The menu is changed every three months.
La Gourmet (Restaurant) [European]
Expensive interior with stained glass windows and plenty of marble. Several different menus including breakfast.
La Grotta (Restaurant) [Italian]
Centrally located, small and somewhat pricey. Sicilian chef.
La Luna (Restaurant) [International]
Japanese and European cuisine in a trendy, stylish setting. Separate room for watching movies and sports.
La Mare (Restaurant) [Mediterranean]