Moscow 57 is a New York City-based hospitality and entertainment company. Founder Ellen Kaye, whose family owned The Russian Tea Room from 1947-1996 and partner Seth Goldman have created Moscow 57 Entertaining with partner Ethan Fein, a catering company and record label creating pop-up restaurants with live music on the road to opening Moscow 57 the restaurant. Moscow 57 will feature Russian Central Asian food and great music from a New Yorker’s perspective.
Our Moscow 57 menu encompasses a panoramic multi-national cuisine made up of classic Russian, Georgian, Belarussian, Ukrainian dishes and the flavors of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The foods of Central Asia and the Caucasus are the lesser-known, lighter and healthier fare of warmer climes and fit contemporary tastes and life styles.
Moscow 57 features an eclectic mix of R&B, blues, rock, jazz, folk and world music. Moscow 57′s first CD releases have already garnered national radio airplay. M57 is developing projects for film, television and theater.
Check out Moscow 57 On The Air! The M57 radio show is an diverse mix of live music and interviews with exciting people in the different industries that Moscow 57 connects with: the art, music, theater, dance, movie, publishing and restaurant worlds. http://www.moscow57.com/radio.html
Be sure to follow our blog and check out our Calendar to find the nearest M57 Pop Up cafe or nightclub and come enjoy our live music, live food, and live people!
The Moscow 57 Team has a commitment to giving back to our community. A portion of the proceeds of many of our events is donated to some of our favorite not-for-profit organizations, starting with The New York Women’s Foundation, Holiday House NYC, and The Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation.