Ruinart Champagne House, which celebrates its 250th anniversary in Russia this year, has decorated with a specially designed, one-and-only champagne bar in the open air in St Petersburg. The famous and exquisite Ruinart style perfectly matches with the magnificent architecture of historical St Petersburg, which can be well observed and fully enjoyed from the summer terrace of the Bellevue Brasserie restaurant. At a glance, one can see the Hermitage Museum and the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Church of the Saviour on Blood, the Winter Canal, the Summer Garden and aristocratic mansions on the Moika River embankment.
Presenting the best in art, the State Hermitage Museum, Ruinart Champagne House and Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 will demonstrate several fragments of Zaha Hadid’s exhibition, which will open at the State Hermitage Museum in June 2015. Around 300 miniatures, drawings, photographs, sculptures and design objects of this outstanding modern architect will be showcased in St Petersburg this summer.
Bellevue Brasserie serves French cuisine and famous Russian cuisine in a modern arrangement. Executive Chef Christophe Laplaza is offering a special Literature Menu throughout 2015, the official year of literature in Russia.
The Bellevue Brasserie restaurant and Champagne Bar Ruinart are located on Floor 9 at Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 and are open daily from 12:00 noon to 2:30am.