Left Bank occupies three upper levels
of the five-storied historic building
at 9/2 Ulitsa Maroseyka.
A traditional Irish pub occupies the entire space
of the establishment's second floor. Its respectable
Victorian style is created by wooden wall panels,
signs with calligraphic letterings promoting countless
beer sorts, shiny beer taps, and belt-driven ventilators.
Undoubtedly, all these easily recognizable and comforting
symbols can be associated with any respectable pub
in the world. In the meantime, while talking about Left Bank,
Moscow, we need to mention its Irish namesake opened
once in a former bank building in Kilkenny, Ireland.
For the Pub Life team which has launched Left Bank,
Moscow, that Irish place became a source of inexhaustible