Moscow is a city of cultural, architectural, and definitely gastronomic diversity. The Russian capital has plenty of dining venues where you can get a taste of traditional Russian cuisine, as well as of national dishes of indigenous communities of Russia and other countries. Food courts are getting more and more popular: those are large dining spaces containing different restaurants and all kinds of entertainment and educational activities such as festivals, parties, concerts, and much more.
Moscow's markets are also amongst popular dining locations in the city. Central Market, Danilovsky, and Usachovsky markets — that's where you can buy farmers' products, visit an oyster festival, get a taste of the world's newest culinary creations, and listen to jazz music.
Europe's largest food court — Depo — is located in the former Miussky Tram Depot. This dining venue occupies an area of 11,000 square metres and includes 75 different restaurants and stalls offering dishes from all over the world. Depo also has a spacious summer terrace and live music to make your time there even more enjoyable.
The StrEAT food market is located inside the former Dynamo plant and holds dancing parties. And the Vokrug Sveta ('Around the World') gastronomic space offers animator programmes for children.
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