Drinks

One of the key things that you must have with the Slavic dishes is a quality drink. In every Slavic country, it is a tradition to have a drink before, during and even after you are finished with your food. Of course, you don’t have to order any, but if you are looking for the real Slavic experience, then we strongly recommend getting some traditional drinks. If you don’t know which drink to order with your food, don’t worry all you need to do is ask the waiter for advice. We have a team of professional servers who are more than qualified to give you advice on what type of drink to get the food you have. Don’t be scared to ask, it is nothing to be ashamed of, this is a completely new type of cuisine that you don’t have experience with.

Our drink list is regionally focused with a wide selection of beers imported from Eastern & Southern Europe, Russia, and the Nordic countries. We also carry wines from the Republic of Georgia, Hungary, Moldova, & Slovakia, as well as hard to find Eastern European vodkas, brandies, and liqueurs. For something with more of a punch, try one of the several different flavors of aquavits, offered by the shot, in a flight of 3, or as the base for our original “revolutionary” house cocktails.

Beer

BeerOne of the most iconic Slavic drinks that are completely different from ours is the beer. The beer they have in Slavic countries is much better because it is made out of completely natural ingredients in order to get the original beer flavor that you most likely never tasted before.

As you can see, we have all kinds of drinks from various Slavic countries because every country has a different traditional drink. For example, for Russia it is vodka, but it is not a drink that goes well with food because of the high level of alcohol. We would suggest getting something more like a quality red wine. Of course, the red wine that we have is nothing like you have tried before. These are only original Slavic wines that cannot be found anywhere else. So, we suggest getting a drink because you will most likely never have the same opportunity to taste a real Slavic drink.