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Russian House instantly transports patrons through space and time with its knick-knacks from the Soviet Union and authentic and diverse cuisine from distant Russia, Ukraine, and Central Asia. Executive chef and Russian food expert Vladimir Gribkov concocts a menu based in home cooking recipes and full of savory and satisfying Slavic delicacies, such as luxurious black and red caviar, sturgeon, handmade pelmeni dumplings, creamy beet borscht, and roasted lamb shank in a sweet and sour sauce. Russian House's 75 different house-infused vodkas and caviar help guests feel almost as opulent as a thoroughbred dressed in a mink cape.
Remnants of old Russia and the USSR decorate the space, from an enormous map of the Soviet Union above the bar to a giant taxidermal bear in the front entrance. It also dazzles eyes with its carpet-covered walls and handpainted ceilings.