Can you name main rah-rah party ingredients? Enough room for all your friends and friends of friends, loud dance music, some snacks, lots of cocktails, and a place to take a little break from all that. “Prometey” ticks all the boxes, so stop by if you’re in Kazan.
The idea was to make a perfect place to party and get some groove on. The building where “Prometey” is located is more than 200 years old, setting bounds to any reconstruction, hence inviting experiments with light, colors and textures. The designers managed to work with the space and create 2 areas. There’s a large “party” room fitting around 50 people with a bar counter, some high tables by the walls and a dance floor. The second room makes up a chill-out zone to relax away from the crowd and loud music, smoke a hookah and chit-chat in a cozy atmosphere.
The menu here is all about street food inspired snacks and cocktails. Try pita bread with falafel, marinated scotch eggs or a wrap with herring and potatoes – the perfect zakuska if you’re having vodka. Most cocktails are prepared in advance, stored and served in bottles allowing for quicker service, so you don’t have to wait endlessly at the bar for your Singapore-sling or Old Fashioned and get back to dancing. It’s a rather new practice for bars in Russia, we hear it has been adopted from London where it has been working well to reduce the traffic by the counter.
The prices are democratic: the average price of a snack is ($3) and ($6) for a cocktail, making this spot popular among youngsters who just want to hang out and have a good time on a tight budget. Even if you are over 25, but still alive and kicking, check out the place and mingle with the local party crowd.