Griboedov Gastro Bar and Georgian restaurant St Petersburg is named after Alexander Griboedov (1795 -1829), a man famous in Russian literature for just one work, the verse play Woe From Wit. Griboedov lived in our building (on Bolshaya Morskaya); his other career was as a diplomat, and one of his first postings was to Georgia.
- Daily from noon till midnight
Our Georgian chefs prepare the best dishes from their national cuisine. Guests come from far and wide for the Satsivi, Lobio, Kharcho and Khachapuri; and for the wonderful way that Georgian cooks use lamb and goat – tender and spicy.
- Cuisine: Georgian
- Seating: 20 seats
- Average check: 1 200 roubles per person
- Entrance: Club entrance from Moika River Embankment
- Dress code: smart & business casual