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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for an all-day banya admission for one, valid Monday through Friday ($25 value)
- $15 for an all-day banya admission for one, valid Saturday through Sunday ($25 value)
Admission includes access to the following:
- The Russian banya, Finnish bathhouse, and stream room
- Lounge area with tables and chairs
- 42-degree plunge pool
- Outside deck with misters
- Game room with billiards
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as s gift. Valid only for option purchased. Extra $3 fee for robe, towels, and slippers, or customers may bring their own. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Russian Banya of Dallas
Now under new management and offering improved service, Russian Banya of Dallas whisks visitors from deep in the heart of Texas straight to Old-World Europe for traditional banya and sauna sessions and Russian delicacies. Upon entering the unassuming storefront, visitors receive a robe, towels, slippers, and keys for a locker and safe-deposit box, and staff members direct them toward the facility's showers. Once cleaned—which normally takes two full renditions of "Singing in the Rain"—visitors can choose to lounge in the wet heat of the wooden Russian banya, the dry heat of the wooden Finnish sauna, or the 100% humidity of the tiled steam room.
Though the staff recommends novice sauna sitters cool down naturally after their first session, they offer an invigorating 42-degree plunge pool for more experienced visitors to hop in after steaming. The staff also doles out optional venik massages that use chilled bundles of steamed birch or oak leaves to help to open pores and pump up metabolisms.
After draining themselves of sweat, toxins, and the desire to experience life as a steamed carrot, visitors can refuel with natural fruit juices and a menu of made-from-scratch Eastern-European food at the BYOB deli. The eatery serves lunch and dinner, hosts events and parties, and stages live music every other Friday and Saturday.