Here one could meet Aleksandr Pushkin, Anton Delvig, prince Trubetskoy, Aleksandr Griboedov. Some of the most important matters and issues of Saint Petersburg and the whole state were discussed and resolved in this literary community. Under the guidance of Russian poet Ryleyev the Decembrists’ society secret meetings were held here. This place witnessed its last and momentous session.
Before the Golden Age of literature, the Russian-American Company was based here. One of its main objectives was a full-scale reclamation of Russian Alaska.
The noble mansion retained its romanticism, solemnity of its halls, comfort of its chambers, but still acquired some character of the modern time. The interior of the restaurant is a beautiful example of the new classics. Works of art from private collections and furniture from different epochs make it both sophisticated and elegant.
The location in the very heart of Saint Petersburg and the view on the Isaac’s Square and Moika River well deserve a special regard.
The menu of restaurant Dom is chef Valery Gorinov’s unique approach to the traditions of Russian cuisine and local seasonal products. We recommend to start your acquaintance with a gastronomic set. It consists of seven courses: starting with a sea urchin with yuzu juice and finished by savory venison with pumpkin gratin.
Special attention should be paid to our wine cellar, where two centuries ago Kondratiy Ryleyev stored his liqueur and the Decembrists’ society members loved to meet. Now our wine list contains exquisite Old World wines, rare samples from small wineries in Europe and splendid Champagne.
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