The history of Usachevsky Market dates back to 1932, when it was just a few street markets.
In 2016 this market got a complete revamp and became the hotspot for foodies of the Khamovniki district who come here to try out little eateries serving Spanish, Georgian, Italian, Uzbek, Israeli and various other cuisinies, as well as shops representing different Russian farmers and producers. Tourists who manage to discover this hidden gem can delight their taste buds with Kamchatka crab and bring back some black caviar for their family and friends back home.
The stylish red brick and wooden exterior, colorful smoothie in hand, is an exceptional experience. You could visit the market regularly as there are cool events on almost every weekend.