Although in the remote parts of Russia's far east, Vladivostok is one of the most important and gastronomically diverse places in the country. Tourists will have a wide range of locations to choose from ranging from high-quality seafood restaurants to American-inspired diners and gastropubs. We have put together our top 3 recommended bars and restaurants in Vladivostok:
Art Music Pub Cat & Clover
The Cat & Clover is a popular music bar taking influence from a traditional American diner. The bar is ordained with records from some of the biggest names in music from the Beatles to Bon Jovi, and regularly hosts live music from local jazz and swing groups. The bar is located in the heart of Vladivostok’s city centre and is a must-visit for music lovers.
The Cat and Clover is open 12:00pm until 05:00am Thursday and Friday, and 12:00pm until 03:00am Saturday to Wednesday.
The HolyHop gastropub is a favourite of tourists and locals alike. Located just north of Vladivostok harbour, the bar features an industrial-style interior and an impressive selection of craft beers and fast-food that are perfect for a more relaxed evening.
Holy Hop is open 12:00pm until 02:00am 7 days a week.
Located on the south bank of the Zolotoy Rog in Vladivostok’s famous harbour, HUNTER is the perfect place to go for a casual drink and spectacular views over the Vladivostok skyline. This restaurant / lounge bar offers a spectacular selection of Italian food paired with a variety of wines. The restaurant interior is classy, yet relaxed and the bar regularly hosts live music to entertain guests.
HUNTER is open 12:00pm until 02:00am Monday to Friday, and 10:00am until 02:00am Saturday and Sunday.
Located less than 5 minutes away from Vladivostok’s Dinamo Sports complex, Millionka is the best place to go for food with added flair. The restaurant prides itself on delivering a unique culinary experience, intricately blending European and Asian design with Russian and Asian cuisine.
Restaurant OGONEK is a specialist seafood restaurant tucked away to the North of Vladivostok city centre. The restaurant has a calm and cosy atmosphere and is perfect for seafood lovers. We recommend trying the chef’s special, the elusive Kamchatka Crab.
Supra Meore is renowned for being one of the best places to eat in Vladivostok. Located South of the Zolotoy Rog outside the busy city centre, this restaurant has established a strong reputation as the go-to place for Georgian and Caucasian cuisine.