Soviet Cafe’s…and a bit of politics

Greetings, Comrades!

This time, we go back to people’s stories time, and, I’m happy to announce that this is the last ep recorded on the Kalvis’s PC, so we should be back to normal soon. This one is all about how Soviet cafe’s and restaurants operated. And why getting into one was more expensive than the meals themselves. Oh, and a little bit of weird politics at the end. Enjoy!

Curonian
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2 Comments on Soviet Cafe’s…and a bit of politics

  1. What about closed cities and cafes? I am thinking of the Pripyat Cafe with its stained glass window. I always wondered what they served there and it would seem literally removed from what one would see in Moscow or St Petersburgh since it wasn’t a tourist cafe.

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