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New Cafe Openings at Danilovsky Market

Starting this spring, the already-cool Danilovsky Market got even cooler. Now shoppers can take a break from picking out chickens and taste-testing honey to treat themselves to an array of freshly cooked food from the world's cuisines: traditional Russian soups, flatbreads from Dagestan, handmade sweets, Japanese gyoza, and freshly made Italian pasta. Eat in or take out. You may leave the market with an empty basket, but a full belly.

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Kitchen. Vsegda Gotova

International favorites done right

Jams, cranberry-filled pates, chile con carne, chutneys... stock up from the pan-European menu offerings that are updated by season and made from market produce.

Koupes Bar

Vladimir Filonov / MT

Real Cypriot and Greek foods

The main attractions of this stall are the freshly baked Cyprian pies stuffed with meats and vegetables. Try a mezze plate with tabouli, hummus, meat pie, grilled halloumi  and fresh pita bread.

United Kitchen

Sandwiches from Reuben to Tiflis

Six sandwiches from the familiar Reuben to the unique Tiflis, made a million ways to satisfy every customer. All served up on fresh bread from the in-house bakery. Soups vary by season and mood, and there's always a lunch special. Love what they serve? You can buy the sauces they use as well as packaged sausages and other treats to take home for another meal.

Dagestanskaya Lavka

The authentic flavor of Dagestan

If you love food from the Caucasus, you'll love this family-run cafe. Try the traditional Dagestani pies called chudu filled with meat, herbs, cheese or pumpkin. For a heartier meal, order khinkal: fresh dumplings with roasted lamb or beef and sauces. Or order up a plate of Dagestan's filled dumplings, called kurze, stuffed with spiced meat.

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