A little hard to find at night in the rain walking from the Intourist hotel (four kilometers round trip), but once you overcome your vague feeling of being lost (definitely take a map), it is not that hard to spot. And well worth it for the authentic vodka experience. Do not underestimate the advantages, both physical and psychological, of accompanying the vodka with some appropriate snacks/food. We had a series of snacks (rolled cheese, ham, fish, pickles), plus a bowl of solyanka and a steak (much better than expected), but the fried pelmeni probably should be avoided. Overall, a very enjoyable experience - a bit amazed to see a place like this outside of Moscow or St. Petersburg, and the prices were not exorbitant, but a bit higher than one would expect outside of those cities. But, at 100 rubles per glass of Sadko vodka, one cannot really go wrong at the bar.
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