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The history of Usachevsky Market dates all the way back to 1932, when it comprised a few street market aisles. In 2016 this market got a revamp and today it’s a hotspot for the hipster foodies of Khamovniki district (and further afield!) who come...more
Love this market with great fruits and vegetable selections all from Russia. Best tomatoes ever. Great fish and cheese selection. Nicely presented
Irina S, Менеджер по связям с общественностью at Usachevskiy Market, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Good morning, Michael,
Thanks a lot for visiting us and more so – for appreciating our work!
It gives us strength to become better for you and other guests.
Hope to see you again,
Usachevsky Market team
Great location and concept!
Loads of restaurants and cafes, huge screens to watch football inside and cheap prices for Moscow. Pinza is highly recommended!
A bit hot inside but there are plenty of nice and fresh terraces outside.
Irina S, Менеджер по связям с общественностью at Usachevskiy Market, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
thanks a lot for your feedback! Hope to see you again at our market!
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The market is beeng turned into a a food court with a number of cafes, mini-taverns and takeaways. The market section with tradional vegetables, fruit and meat aocupies the center of the hall, while the cafees are on the perimeter.
While visiting, one should pay...More
There are many little eateries serving Russian, Italian and Israeli food. Had some Russian cheese and fresh dark bread for a quick lunch. English speaking people are hard to find in most of these places but one can get by with a little bit of...More
It's good to have one more unusual place in moscow. This used to be a market although now it's more like a market for the rich and craft kitchen for the regular people) it's worth seeing if you stay nearby but if you're not, Danilovskyi...More
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Khamovniki could be considered a city of its own – here it’s possible to find some of Moscow’s most important cultural institutions such as the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, the Novodevichy Convent and Trubetskikh Estate, great sport locations such as Luzhniki stadium and aqua complex, and long and beautiful Luzhniki embankment. Pick your preferred form of transport to explore the area – bicycle or
river cruise during the summer and taxi in winter as many of the great places are situated beyond a short walk.