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The famous English explorer, James Cook, is thought to have stopped off in St. Petersburg during his naval apprenticeship - giving the owners of this pub a tenuous excuse to grab his illustrious name for themselves. No doubt however the Captain would approve of his namesake's no-nonsense food menu (steak and chips anyone?) and the eighteen delightful brews from around the world. True sailors amongst you won't baulk at trying them all, after which you'll be ready to embark on your own amazing voyage. Why not see if you can circumnavigate the furniture and 'discover' the toilet... Before you succumb to a serious bout of sea-sickness!
Editor & St Petersburg Local
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Stopped here a couple of times,for a Baileys and Hot Chocolate,Staff were nice and the food looked good
aye aye captain! james cook has been my first point of call for the three times i've been to st. petersburg. look it up and let the good times roll!
a good english boozer in St. Petersburg. Had a blast here. The Russians are great fun and we met some lovely people at James Cook, and everywhere else we went