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British Business Club

he British Business Club held its monthly meeting for November on Thursday 26th in Moscow’s newest Irish pub, Katie O’Shea’s. This is situated conveniently close to the Irish Embassy, at 5 Grokholsky Pereulok, not far from the Prospekt Mira metro station. The owner and entrepreneur is Steve Conway, the Irishman who is known as Moscow’s answer to Tiger Woods—or should that be Padraig Harrington? Steve, who has lived in Moscow for seventeen years, also owns Silvers, the “fish and chips” pub near the bottom of Tverskaya, in a basement on Nikitsky pereulok. At Katie O’Shea’s we were given cupfuls of delicious Irish stew to eat while we drank our Guinness and sipped our Jamesons. If the aromas emanating from the kitchen are anything to go by, this is going to be a real “gastropub”, something that Moscow sorely needs. Anyone wishing to join the British Business Club should apply through the website:

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