7 Coffee Shops You Must Visit in Moscow!


Moscow has become famous for its extravagant cafes of ornate interiors and plush furniture where chic Muscovites come to socialise. Speciality coffee is new to the city but there are now a handful of places focusing on expertly crafted coffee. This list has them all covered, from the speciality coffee shops to the historic cafes…and everything in between! Here are the coffee shops you must visit in Moscow.


Bosco Café

Located on Red Square, Bosco café is perfectly situated for a coffee pause after exploring the neighbouring sites of St Basil’s cathedral and Lenin’s tomb. This cafe is idyllic on a summer’s day with its sun-soaked terraced overflowing with beautiful hydrangeas.

Red Square, 3, ГУМ, Moscow, Russia, 109012


Cafe Pushkin

Named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, this book-lined café has become somewhat of an institute in Moscow. Locals and tourists alike come here for the menu of traditional Russian dishes and elaborate desserts. If you kindly ask for a tour, one of the suited waiters will show you around and tell you all about the café’s history.

Tverskoy Blvd, 26А, Moscow, Russia, 125009


Coffee Mania

Coffeemania is recognized by Muscovites as the best coffee shop in Moscow selling stellar speciality coffee all over the city. The trained baristas have a handful of awards under their belts such as Gold, Silver and Bronze at the Russian Latte Art Championship.

Red Square, 3, 2 этаж, Moscow, Russia, 109012 & various other locations



Vogue Café

This is where all of the most fashionable Muscovites come for a coffee break in between shopping in the high-end shops in the surrounding area. The menu has everything from creamy cappuccinos to superior cocktails.

ul. Kuznetskiy Most, 7/9, Moscow, Russia


Bar BQ Café

Located in between Red Square and the entrance to the Kremlin is Bar BQ café, a popular spot to grab a caffeinated drink and a bite to eat in between sightseeing. The café is always buzzing with people who are enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and American-inspired menu.

Manege Sq, 1, стр. 2, Moscow, Russia, 109012


Cafe Milk

Once a Soviet-era dairy shop selling fresh milk to the locals, Café Milk has recently been transformed into a café serving excellent coffee. This chic café of black and white interiors and plush furniture has become a popular spot for those shopping in the area. They offer an extensive tea menu as well as a delightful breakfast menu.

ul. Bolshaya Dmitrovka, 7/5, стр. 5, Moscow, Russia


I love Cake  

If you’re a sweet tooth then you’ll be a big fan of this café specializing in all things sugary. Delights such as American pancakes and waffles are served all day long meaning you can stop in for something sweet any time of the day. Their cake menu is as extensive as the name implies so there is bound to be something which will take your fancy.

Bolshoy Patriarshiy per., 4, Moscow, Russia, 123001

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    August 5, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Exquisite pictures, beautiful words, very good to learn.

    July 24, 2016 at 6:57 pm

    Moscow has never been on my list to visit, but seeing as there’s so much cake involved…. 😉
    Have found a new fave in Ldn, the next time you’re visiting – and it’s healthy too!

    July 23, 2016 at 3:13 am

    Russia is like a dream to me ! I’d love to visit this country so much

    This goes definitely on my list 😉
    Thank you for sharing.

    Kenza from

    July 23, 2016 at 2:25 am

    These places seem so nice

    Tess Wicks | Words + Money
    July 22, 2016 at 5:35 am

    Lovely. Coffee is my fuel, and when I’m traveling I make a point to stop at as many coffee shops as possible. It’s fun to see how everyone else in the world kicks off their day. Well… the coffee-lovers at least!

    July 22, 2016 at 2:15 am

    Your photos are absolutely beautiful! I would love to visit Moscow and St Petersburg someday!

    Abigail Alice x

    July 22, 2016 at 1:19 am

    What is this cake from the photo in Cafe Pushkin? It looks so delicious!!! 🙂

    I invite you to read my latest post about THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE :)))

    Tanzir tanz
    July 21, 2016 at 9:46 pm

    These coffe shops makes me crazy. I will be fatty if I dine everywhere. Thanks for sharing this post.

    Alina Ermilova
    July 21, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    I’m from Moscow 😀 These are great picks! Here are my other favorites:
    Breakfast Cafe
    Upside Down Cake & Co
    Friends Forever


    • Brooke Saward
      July 22, 2016 at 7:31 am

      Thanks so much for more fab cafes to visit in Moscow! They all look SO lovely Alina! <3

    Shelby @ The Fernweh Wolf
    July 21, 2016 at 9:29 pm

    Cafe Mania looks so cute! I love latte art 😀
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