After Rosy Jane’s grand opening more than 10 years ago, Yekaterinburg got to experience what England has to offer after the five o’clock tea. We are talking about the bar culture with refreshing drinks, hearty food, and round-the-clock fun. Apparently, the locals learn fast and have an appreciation for good things because now it’s almost impossible to find an empty seat in this pub.

During the weekdays people come here for some authentic food like soups, ribs or juicy steaks. Don’t miss the signature dish here — ‘Rosy-On-The-Rock’ : veal, lamb and duck on a hot stone with branded sauces.

On the weekends, this enormous pub turns into a party hall where wines and beers flow and guests can’t help dancing to the sharp chords of rock music. However, the atmosphere of British hospitality wouldn’t be truly complete without the impressive design of a classic English pub with a carved bar counter, red leather sofas, mild lights and vintage posters on the walls. And of course some live music and live sports.

Menu preview: Tender pork neck in honey glaze and roasted potato wedges (≈$10)
Creamy squash soup with fried chicken (≈$7)
Rosy-On-The-Rock (≈$11)
Hours: Sun-Thu: 7 AM–6 AM
Fri: 7 AM–7 AM
Sat: 9 AM–7 AM
Address: 32/34 Lenina Ulitsa

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