Gvozdi - meaning nails - is a cheap bar in the style of Kruzhka in Moscow. Very student-like and usually very busy. We didn't eat here so can't comment on the food but the atmosphere was cheerful enough. I wouldn't recommend this place if you want a classy night out, but for cheap beer, it was fine. It is a chain so there are several of them around the city; we went to the one in the old Bristol Hotel on Prospekt Revolutsiy. We also saw another branch at 12 Zhukova Street.
Dress Code: No dress code
Looked like a typical Irish pub abroad form the outside but when we went inside, we were less than impressed. The chairs were metal and it smelt of over-cooked cabbage. There are TV screen where apparently they show sports events. Can't say any more as we decided not to stay and went on to more appealing places.
I have just returned from a trip to Voronezh and can say that the city is safe to travel anywhere. I left over 1500 USD in a floder in a restraunt and returned 30 minutes late to find that had saved it for me and nothing was missing. There is no worry about dangers that you wouldnt be cautious for anywhere in the world. Have no fear of Bums or streetwalker as I did not see any anywhere, I think that illegal activities such as these are put in the local newspapers guised as escort services.
Dress Code: Always dress to impress when in Russia. The women are beautiful and they not only know it, but they enjoy looking as sexy as possible. Men, dress nice to have a chance, your money will not be enough to pick up a hot giirl that isnt working. Speak the language a little, they think its cute..
There is a wonderful nightclub in our city. Well, i forgot to tell you that i'm from Voronezh. Name of this club is K2, it located on Prospekt Revolucii st. You can find it easy - there is a dog called "White Beem Black Ear" opposite the club. It opens at about 10 p.m. There are three dancefloors: two R'N'B & Rap on the ground floor, Dance on the first. You may haму a great party for all night there!
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