We love beer and football, so we opened a pub with the punk red and white name Pig and Rose, although everyone is rooting for different football clubs. The pub turned out to be the way we have dreamed: English, small, cozy with a beautiful summer terrace and London facade. As is customary in the Foggy Albion, there are no waiters and even waitresses. Everything has to be ordered at the bar. There is plenty to choose from: 20 varieties of draft beer and cider - more classics, of course. There is also a whole list of bottled positions - obviously, mainly craft. There are many different spirits, but there is a separate card for gin and tonic in order to put together a special one.

There are more than 20 TVs, and from any place, you can perfectly see football, boxing, hockey or even rugby if you like it. You can watch different broadcasts simultaneously, for which a dome speaker is hung over each table so you can hear your commentator.

We offer a whiskey room for those who want to be alone but don't want to go to the bar. Here you can try some exciting kinds of whiskey and smoke a cigar. The order will be accepted and brought by the manager. Partly justifying the name, in addition to unavoidable fish and chips, wings, and other guaranteed burgers and nachos, we included many different pork dishes on the menu: pigs' ears and belly, ribs, pulled pork, pork popcorn, and grilled tongue. Chef Evgeny Tsvetkov knows what a person needs after three pints of Guinness.

As customary in England, on Mondays, the pub hosts a pub quiz - a fun, drunken, intellectual teams fight between regular pub guests.

And the most important thing! We have a fireplace that we light every evening if it's cold outside and you weren't going to drink, but somehow ended up in the quiet center of Moscow with a pint of ale in your hands in the glorious Pig and Rose Pub.