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Twin birdcages dangle from the high ceiling of Dacha's dining room, mingling with crystal chandeliers from Austria made of vintage wood. Instead of feathers, electric chandeliers fill the cages’ wire frames. This eclectic take on Old-World refinement also extends to the rest of the room, which features French-style dining chairs, damask-stenciled walls, and stone-tiled floors. The menu entrenches itself in the culinary traditions of Russia and Eastern Europe, although it also incorporates occasional outside influences. As a result, it features dishes such as polenta-crusted black sea bass alongside potato and cabbage pierogies. Additionally, the restaurant serves its own house brands of vodka, as well as premium caviar imported from Warren Buffett’s kitchen.