On the left side of the Nevsky where it is crossed by Moika, at number 18 the solemn, impressive building which has become history of the trunk main of the city as the house of Kotomin rises. And to inhabitants of Petersburg it is better known for Wolf and Brenger's well-known candy store which settled down at the corner of the house. Now there Literary Cafe Restaurant.

In the first years of existence of the Northern capital on this place there was a small lodge of the associate Peter the Great of the vice admiral Cornelius Ivanovich Kryuys.

In the downtown, on 18 Nevsky Ave., reviving traditions of the Petersburg hospitality and traditional Russian cuisine, there is the institution available to anyone, whether it be the student, the young poet, the pensioner, the solid Petersburger, or the guest of our favourite city.

The cosiness and the warm atmosphere added with pictures, engravings with types of architectural monuments of St. Petersburg and known places of the cultural capital of Russia, help to forget about adversities and fatigue, and the magnificent dishes prepared by professionals of the business, pleasantly will surprise any guest.

Grandiose news of the musical menu of historical restaurant "Literary Cafe"