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This is the only functioning cafe in the town.
It is open from 9 a.m. till midnight.
The cafe is located at Luhansk-Donetsk motorway .
It is visited mainly by passing travelers who travel by car and stop here to have lunch.
There is also a snack kiosk to the left of the cafe.
The cafe is also a meeting point of many local young people in the evenings.
Favorite Dish: Russian chebureki and pelmeni.
Updated Oct 20, 2008
Address: Luhansk-Donetsk highway
The nightlife is concentrated mainly in and around the town club that belongs to the coalmine. Young people also gather together at the only cafe of the town: Zorinka located at the highway on the southern outskirts of the town.
There are parties and concerts at the town club, especially on our national holidays and weekends.
Young people go there for a dance or a concert.
You can see the local Avita show ballet and listen to the concert of the music school students.
Dress Code: casual
Updated Mar 7, 2005
It's better not to try finding the answer to this question by stepping onto puddles or driving recklessly along the streets.
I assure you the pot-holes can be deep enough for your car or for your feet.
Although the road repair is done regularly, you can still discover huge portholes here and there.
Be vareful walking along the streets and sidewalks, especially in the evenings without a torch.
Be sure to get one before you go out at night...
Updated Nov 27, 2011
It is not excatly a tourist trap, but It can be quite hard to find the street you need for there is no map of Zorinsk on sale (it is only available at the mayor's desk as a drawing).
Unique Suggestions: ask the locals to show you the way.
You can try to address the locals in Russian, '"Izvinite, kak prayti na ulitsu ...."
(Excuse me, how do I get to .............Street).
Fun Alternatives: Here is the list of the town streets I have found out:There are more than 50 streets in Zorinsk. Some of them are quite short.
Some of them bear the names of Russian and Ukrainian poets and writers: Pushkin Street, Gogol Street, Nekrassov Street, Lesya Ukrainika Street, Shevchenko Street, Levanevsky Lane;Others were called after the Russian and Soviet heroes: Suvorov Street , Kutuzov Street, Matrossov Street, Mayakovsky Street, Lenin Street, Marx Street , Kirov Street, Kirov Street, Tikhomirov Street, Vatutin Street , Petrovsky Lane, Chapayev Street, Kalinin Street, Zhdanov Street.Many other streets bear more neutral names such as:May Day Street, Station Street, October Street, Theater Street, 40 Years of Victory Block, Road Street, Railway Street, Sovietskaya Street, Sports Street, Steppe Street, Baker’s Street, Leningrad Street, Leningrad Lane, Transport Street, Coal Street, Coalminers Street, State Farm Lane, Zarechnaya Street, Zhilovka Street.There are 17 apartment houses at 40 Years of Victory Block
Updated May 8, 2005
Miscellaneous: Don’t forget to take a pocket flashlight when you go to Zorinsk. The streets are not lit at all and you have to be careful walking along the streets without any flashlight.
We were leaving the town in the evening and I wished we had taken flashlights with us. We found our way to the railway station only with the help of our local friends.
Written Mar 3, 2005