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There will be no carnival: Tenants put up the Mumiy Troll Bar in Moscow on the street

Far East has become less in the capital

There will be no carnival: Tenants put up
Mumiy Troll Group announced in its Instagram account the closure of the restaurant in Moscow. As noted in the message, the landlords did not go towards the business and offered to leave the premises before August 15.

"All tenants were asked to leave the building before August 15. Given the current coronavirus situation, we understand that ... there will be no carnival (", - stated in communication.

The restaurant in Moscow has become the second in the Mumiy Troll branded restaurant chain. The first was opened in Vladivostok and is one of the city's cult institutions. In Moscow, Mumiy Troll Music Bar worked at 7 Tverskaya Street. The institution was distinguished by the fact that the menu featured high-quality Far Eastern cuisine, and in the evenings various creative teams sounded from the stage, which were individually selected by the creative management of the group.

“Thanks to all the musicians, staff and guests. We will keep warm memories ... in the meantime, we’ll try to think how we can start ... from scratch,” says Mumiy Troll in his after.

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