The largest food mall in Europe will open in St. Petersburg in November

The largest food mall in Europe will open in St. Petersburg in November


According to the city tourist portal Visit Petersburg, more than 90 restaurant concepts are expected to open in the Vokzal 1853 food mall, designed for 4,000 seats. Its area will be about 34 thousand square meters. m.

“It is planned to open craft stores, a concert venue for 2.5 thousand people and co-working. In the evening, various performances of stand-up comedians, master classes and parties will be held in the concert zone,” the portal notes.

As for the decoration of the premises, it will be similar to the atmosphere of 19th-century train stations, and visitors will be able to plunge into the "epicenter of a vibrant creative life," writes Visit Petersburg.

On the page "Vokzal 1853" in VK it is said that the new space will offer entertainment for the whole family in any format.

“Petersburg residents will remember this place as a center of cultural life. And tourists will add Vokzal 1853 to the list of must-visit. It will be the center of attraction for the citizens,” the project creators promise.

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