Side Trips from St. Petersburg Restaurants

Because most of the suburbs are just a short trip from St. Petersburg, there hasn't been any real demand for tourist-oriented restaurants and cafés. There are some exceptions, notably in Pavlovsk and Pushkin, but on the whole it's best to pack some sandwiches. You will, however, find plenty of beer tents and ice-cream vendors.

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  • 1. Admiralteistvo

    $$$$ | Russian

    This charming little restaurant is on the second floor of an old redbrick pavilion across the lake from the Catherine Palace. Its nostalgic...Read More

  • 2. Bolshaya Oranzhereya

    $$$ | European

    The best option on the grounds of the palace itself is in the palace's old oranzhereya, or garden house. A comfortable, quaint spot for a...Read More

  • 3. Grand Column Hall

    $$$$ | Eastern European

    The former servants' quarters inside Pavlovsk Palace offer cafeteria-style and full-menu service. The European offerings include different kinds...Read More

  • 4. Podvoriye

    $$$$ | Russian

    This is one of St. Petersburg's most popular restaurants for traditional Russian food, and it's best to make a reservation. Past guests at this...Read More

  • 5. Staraya Bashnya

    $$$ | Eastern European
    Closed Permanently

    Inside a clutch of buildings known as the Fyodorovsky Gorodok (a short walk north of Alexander Palace) is the Old Tower, a tiny restaurant that...Read More

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