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Moscow on the Hill is where American upper-midwest meets post-PerestroikaRussia. We are located in St. Paul's most European-esque neighborhood, at the corner of Western and Selby Avenues, just up the street from the stately St. Paul Cathedral.Our menu offers a variety of warm Russian comfort foods, with both meat and vegetarian dishes. You will find well-recognized names such as Beef...
In the most authentic tradition, Moscow On The Hill offers the finest in Russian food and drink.
We would be delighted to have you as our guest and know that you would enjoy the Russian dining experience.
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Traditional fare such as blini, pirogi, and borscht, plus an enormous vodka selection. Patio dining. Dinner daily;...
Best Vodka Selection - 2011 Winner
I think this place might get overlooks because it's across from W.A. Frost. But it's wonderful. We split a very tasty shawarma and the vegetarian dumpling. Service is delightful. Ambience very cool. They have a wonderful patio, but sadly, too chilly that day. And about a zillion vodkas on the menu with specialty cocktails using it.
Fabulous borscht, amazing service. The interior of the restaurant is better suited for winter dining, but the patio was wonderful. The staff is very attentive and will do anything to please.
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A real Russian celebratory meal is easily a seven-hour affair, full of hearty drinking, heavy dining, singing, dancing, and extreme revelry of every sort; in a restaurant, it's typical for one party to remain at a table from evening's open to late night's close. If you've got the time, the will, and the stamina, that experience can be found at Moscow on the Hill: Start off with one of a dozen...
Dozens of vodka varieties are featured here, including the restaurant's signature smooth, sweet cherry vodka.
Ask for a table in the original dining area (where the bar is). Even if you're seated by the kitchen door, it's fun: You may catch serious-faced servers grabbing a dance in the tiny kitchen. The newer expansion feels like a banquet room.
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