Where to cure a hangover in Saint Petersburg

So yesterday way a crazy night out, but now you woke up with a splitting headache regretting those shots? We’ve all been there and we’ve got you covered. Here are the 5 spots that will help you cure the hangover and survive this day.

Chuck

This burger and BBQ joint can cure you with filling meat goodies and Bloody Marys with vodka, whiskey, or gin. They also make vodka shots with beef stock, Tabasco and BBQ sauce. The soups come in handy the morning after a great party too, and here you can have the onion soup with croutons, or thick bean soup with a bacon bun. If not for hangover, visit this brutal and plainspoken place for great steaks and flavored shot sets. Charbroiled meat in industrial décor seems a tamed format these days, but Chuck’s vigorous team gives their house a very own vibe.

ADDRESSES

41 Ulitsa Gorokhovaya

HOURS

Tue-Sat: Sun—Thu 3 PM – 12 AM; Fri–Sat 3 PM – 1 AM

Russian Vodkaroom №1

Russian Vodkaroom №1 stands for imperial Russia’s eating traditions and is a perfect place to not only cure, but get a hangover in the first place. Here you can taste 215 sorts of vodka and some perfectly crunchy pickles for zakuska. But if you are here the morning after (or maybe never left?) their thick and hearty Russian soups won’t leave your hangover a chance. We recommend ukha, a fish broth with pike perch and sterlet (≈10$) or shchi, a cabbage soup with veal (≈6$). After the first spoonful of soup take a shot of their signature polugar – vodka 38% and you are all set to survive the day.

ADDRESSES

4 Konnogvardeysky Boulevard

HOURS

Mon—Sun 12 PM – 12 AM

Duo Asia

In Duo Asia they make only four cocktails, but one of them is a Bloody Mary with miso and sesame oil. To back up the hangover cure, go for the meat soup with kimchi and noodles (≈7$), shrimps bisque with lime (≈8$) or buckwheat noodles with beef (≈8$). The restaurant is built around a brightly lit open kitchen, and together with the dimmed black-and-gold dining room, it creates a very unique atmosphere. We recommend booking because they are quite busy.

ADDRESSES

20 Ulitsa Rubenshteina

HOURS

Sun—Thu 1 PM – 12 AM; Fri–Sat 1 PM – 2 AM

Fiddler’s Green

In general, any variation of strong alcohol with beer does the trick of curing that headache, for example, soft Irish whiskey and Guinness or jenever with beer — and you can get those here. When it comes to food, this pub takes all the guesswork out of the equation by offering only one option on the menu – a daily special, but it’s usually a soup or a stew, so should work perfectly in a hangover situation. This distinctive bar adds value to Ulitsa Rubenshteina that encapsulated more restaurants and bars that any other street in the city. Make Fiddler’s Green a leg of your pub crawl or the morning after hangover cure crawl!

ADDRESSES

5 Ulitsa Rubenshteina

HOURS

Sun—Thu 2 PM – 2 AM; Fri–Sat 2 PM – 6 AM

King Pong

A fashionable Pan-Asian restaurant with neat 60s-inspired interior lures one in with spiced delicacies and a good choice of vegetarian food. For hangover sufferers, their soups are a pure bliss able to ease any stomach: duck-noodle with spinach and tofu (≈6$), pho bo with beef and noodles (≈7$), tom yum with shrimps (≈7$). Raid the bar for beers and Bloody Marys with chili and ginger (≈6$).

ADDRESSES

16 Ulitsa Bolshaya Morskaya

HOURS

Mon—Sun 12 PM – 12 AM

Sport Pub 84
The name ‘Sport pub 84’ is dedicated to a significant year in the history of Russian football
Sport Pub 84
The name ‘Sport pub 84’ is dedicated to a significant year in the history of Russian football
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