"Severyanin" is a classic St. Petersburg restaurant located in the very center of the city, in the area of quiet streets extending from the Griboyedov Canal near Sennaya Square.
The name is a play on words - the name of the poet Igor Severyanin, one of the brightest poetic voices of the Silver Age, echoes the concept of northern Russian cuisine. Here there is an intelligent, homely warm interior, like a photograph of a Petersburg apartment from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries that has come to life, and the atmosphere of traditional Russian hospitality.
The institution is unique for its team of waiters: in addition to Russian and English, they also speak French, Greek, Italian.
"Severyanin" is ideal for a meeting "for a cup of coffee", a romantic date, lunch during an excursion to the literary places of St. Petersburg ... Well, if you go to the Mariinsky, the Conservatory or other theaters in our city, we highly recommend you drop by our place for a cocktail or a glass wine before the show or dine after it.
In almost any weather, you will enjoy a walk along the winding embankment of the Griboyedov Canal to our restaurant "at Kokushkin Bridge, in Stolyarny Lane."