Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for $40 worth of Russian cuisine, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $27 for $40 worth of Russian cuisine, valid any day
- See the menu.
Hammer and Sickle
Hammer and Sickle serves updated versions of old-country meals, all prepared from scratch. Pair classic Russian dishes with vodka and house-made pickles or a Russian Honeybee, a speciality drink made with honey vodka, cider beer, and apple juice. Meals come as large or small plates including stroganoff, chicken kiev, barbecue lamb skewers, and a variety of pierogi. Flights of caviar sate luxurious leanings, and a hearty bowl of borscht comes with grilled bread to warm the soup's distinctive red, wind-burned face. Regardless of when a craving hits, the kitchen, open until 2 a.m., can satisfy it.