12 Tverskaya ul., Bldg. 2, entrance in yard off Kozitsky per
Hidden from your eyes located on a small old Moscow street. Cafe-club "12 volt" opened in May, 2003 by the founders of the gay - lesbian movement in Russia. This is a place, where homosexuals and lesbians can not only spend their leisure, communicate and eat pleasantly, but also receive consultations about social questions. Although lacking a compelling interior - the easy twilight and background music create a pleasant atmosphere for dates. The music is so soft as to be inaudible. In the cafe there is a chill-out place with deep sofas. Smoking is permitted, and the cafe has a good air-conditioning system. The menu is traditional and the food is fairy good. Prices for drinks notably lower than at it's nearly rivals in the center. Snack foods cost 80 to 180 rubles. Hot dishes are 200 to 300 rubles. The cafe has a good staff.