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Leveldva — Best Bar in Moscow!

BAR - CLUB - COCKTAILS - FOOD - DANCING

Leveldva is by far our favorite bar in Moscow! It's located above restaurant Ugolek and with a bit of shame we have to admit that we only recently discovered that the name of this bar is not "Ugolek" but "Leveldva" (level 2).
Leveldva

The atmosphere in Leveldva is very unique and intimate as it has a very homey feeling due to the vintage furniture and small size of the venue. The music is always nice (soft house) and even though it's a perfect place for dancing later at night, you can also relax at the bar with a tasty cocktail. Try their "Moscow mule", we love it! The people are very diverse, from locals, to expats and from hipster people to more alternative style. What we like is that it's not posh at all and everyone can feel at ease here. Although the doormen can sometimes be a bit pretentious, but to easiest way to avoid this is to start early.

Whether you are with your partner, with friends or a big group, this bar has it all and you'll have a great time guaranteed. We always take our visitors here and it makes everyone impressed about Moscow's nightlife!
 
Leveldva is also a restaurant and supposedly serves good food, but we must admit we never tried this and only came here for after dinner drinks&dancing.

Enjoy!

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