This is where you can try live beer delivered from different breweries: Kreminna, Mykolsk and Berdychev.
Also, you can enjoy snacks here.
This is what many young people need and order here.
Favorite Dish: Kreminna beer
This restaurant is located in the premises of the former Ukrainian restaurant.
They did not even change the decor into the Georgian one.
They offer a lot of dishes of the Ukrainian cuisine and nice (but expensive) Georgian wine. We ordered Saperavi dry red wine and it was superb!
The restaurant occupies a cellar and it was fresh and pleasant to sit there in a hot weather.
Favorite Dish: Chanakhi;
There are a lot of other cafes and restaurants in Horlivka.
I have visited some of them:
Barselona Cafe in Lenin Street,
Victoria Cafe in Komsomol Street,
Druzhba Cafe in Komsomol Street
(one of the oldest in the city),
Al Capone Cafe in Dimitrov Boulevard
44 Victory Avenue
+38 0624 55-23-56
and numerous beer tents in different streets of the city.
Favorite Dish: fries, pistachios, pelmeni, shish kebab.
My fellow students and I used to frequent this place on our way from the college.
It is conveniently located close to our dormitory.
Of course, the place has completely changed since that time.
Now it is a restaurant, a poker club, a billiards place and a sauna.
Favorite Dish: beer and dried salted fish ("taranka" in Russian - the best beer snack then and now)
This high end restaurant is located in the main street - Victory Avenue.
It is called after the city of Barnsley - the twin-city of Horlivka.
The restaurant was dedicated on September 27, 1997 by Valery Pakhomov, the city mayor, and Councillor Charles Wraith, Mayor of Barnsley.
The restaurant has several halls: two on the first floor and two on the second floor, among them the Lord Mayor's hall (on the first floor), the big wedding hall and a medium hall on the second floor.
They also have a terrace with tent-like tables outside.
This is a popular place for many young people.
It is full of them in the evenings.
The customers order mainly drinks and snacks.
There is a tent outside and an AC hall inside.
This pub is a nice place for people watching, too.
The name of this pub is translated as Den.
It is located in Komsomol Street near Victory Square.
We celebrated our reunion there.
The pub has a terrace and two halls inside.
The halls are richly decorated in a hunting style.
Favorite Dish: Home style fried potatoes with beef liver, juliene, Greek salad, etc.
This pub has a convenient downtown location, halls inside and a terrace outside.
We appreciated the name and the rich decor.
The draft beer was great there!
It's a nice place for a bar crawl.
There are five or six other bars and pubs around Victory Square.
Favorite Dish: only beer with snacks for the present...
This restaurant is on the first floor of an apartment house in Victory Avenue.
It has several air-cinditioned large halls and three banquet halls.
Many foreign customers leave their banknotes with their autographs and coins that are places under the glass on the tables afterwards. I don't quite welcome the idea of signing banknotes, but they look nice under the glass on the table or on the wall at the bar.
Favorite Dish: Greek salad
This place is called entertainment center. It is located across the street from my college. I imagine what would happen if it was there in our times when I was a student. I am sure we would frequent it both after classes and in the evening. There is a dance club, a sports café and a strip bar here.
The entrance fee on wekends is about $5.
We sat ouside in the sports bar and had a beer doing some people watching.
They have nice and draft beer – Staropramen.
Favorite Dish: fries and chicken wings