The elite restaurant complex "Fregat Blagodat", moored near the Trinity Bridge, on Petrovskaya Embankment in St. Petersburg(Spb). Fregat Blagodat Restaurant was designed in the image of the famous warship of the same name of the late 18th century. The frigate was named after the favorite of the then-ruling Paul I, Anna Lopukhina, whose name has
Jewish roots and means "Grace"(Blagodat in Russian).
At the disposal of the "Frigate Grace", there are three halls with different themes and capacity. The first one is the largest, with a stage and a tiered arrangement of tables, made in the style of the royal theater, designed for show programs organized here in the evenings. The second has large panoramic windows, is often used to celebrate special occasions and hold banquets. And the third, two-level, with access to the summer terrace, has open views of the entire historical center of St. Petersburg. All three rooms with rich fabric finishes and luxurious furnishings are designed in a chic baroque style that conveys the greatness of imperial times.
The Fregat Blagodat Restaurant's menu contains a chef's improvisations on the themes of European and Russian cuisines with a unique presentation of dishes. Only here, you can try the Black Sea Ryan with lychee, almonds and powdered sugar, beef rib with mashed corn and stewed rabbit leg with Hollandaise sauce and vegetables. The bar card is replete with European vintage wines, champagne, as well as all kinds of strong and refreshing drinks.
The Fregat Blagodat Restaurant, following the traditions of Peter the Great, celebrating important events on its military vessels, is mainly used for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, corporate parties, and graduations. "Comedy Club Shows" and parties are also often held here.
Contact the Tvoystol Team to organize an unforgettable dinner in the Fregat Blagodat Restaurant and do not forget to reserve a table in advance to become a spectator of one of the fascinating shows.