Ulitsa Rubinshteyna is the main restaurant and bar street in St. Petersburg, known far beyond its borders. In 2015, ulitsa Rubinshteyna was included in the Top main restaurant streets in Europe according to the Washington Post.
Ulitsa Rubinshteyna begins at Nevsky prospekt and ends with the famous intersection "Five corners", which is a very remarkable building of the entire architectural ensemble — a house with a turret, decorated with miniature figures of caryatids (more than 40) and garlands.
Along the street there are forty houses and more than fifty cafes, bars and restaurants for every taste and wallet. But if after a delicious lunch you decide to walk down ulitsa Rubinshteyna, you will find that even such a small street has something to boast about, as a significant number of houses here have a rich history.
For example, in the house number 7 there was one of the first communes of Leningrad, and in the building of the current theater "Zazerkalye" ("Looking glass"), placed in the house number 13, previously the famous Leningrad rock club existed, where began their career such musicians as Boris Grebenschikov and Victor Tsoi.
- Address: Saint Petersburg, ulitsa Rubinshteyna, 1