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Moscow Coffee Shop Guide

Caffe del Parco

10, Krimskiy val, Muzeon Park

Tucked away in a freestanding treehouse inside the Muzeon park, the coffee shop sells some of the best brews in the city, complete with latte art. This secret spot is hard to find but a treat once you do. Muzeon has bike paths and running trails along the Moscow river bank and is a great spot to picnic in the warmer months. 


8/1 Bersenevskaya naberezhnaya 

Seek and you shall find a tiny coffee shop hidden away on the second story of a soviet apartment building in the trendy neighborhood of Red October. Popular for its art galleries, alternative film studios and some of Moscow's trendiest bars, this is the perfect spot to stop for coffee. In the summer you can grab a latte and stroll along the Moscow river (the coffee shop is on the river bank). Cash only. 


10/7 Rozhdenstvenskii boulevard

The name in Russian means forest and in English is the acronym for the up and coming Manhattan neighborhood, and the coffee shop manages to represent both in its new space. Espressos are served alongside drip coffees like Clever, Aeropress and Eva Solo. There is also a daily brewed cup from beans as far away as Columbia and Rwanda. The shop is a great place to work from or read their collection of fashion and design magazines, allowing you to transport yourself to Ludlow street, if you wish.

Double B

8 Tvardovskogo Street, Moscow

The coffee culture in Moscow is only beginning and Double B is leading the pack serving artisan crafted aeropress and chemex brews. They also sell tea and some coffee making equipment.

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