Night cities are an amazing and beautiful sight, this fully applies to Moscow. Cafes, museums, excursions will be of interest to both guests of the capital and its residents. It's a fun way to see the city from a new perspective.
One of the best ways to dispel sadness in Moscow is to go to the cinema, and not to a regular show, but at night. Now almost every cinema has one or two night screenings. But the most popular night cinemas are Oktyabr in the middle of Novy Arbat and Atrium near the Kursk railway station. The last nightly shows start at about two in the morning. And right next to the Arbatskaya metro station in the Khudozhestvenny cinema, they regularly spend whole nights of cinema, usually such events are devoted to one topic, for example, "The first films of Marilyn Monroe", "Unknown Tarantino films" and so on. You can buy a ticket for such a movie marathon via the Internet or at the box office of the cinema.
In recent years, anti-cafes have become more and more popular in Moscow, some of these establishments are open 24 hours a day. In a similar place, you can play board games or a console, use the Internet, just chat with friends. Anti-cafe guests pay only for the time spent here, so you can treat yourself to drinks or eat dessert for free.
At night, you can look into some museums in Moscow, for example, "Bulgakov House" offers walking and bus excursions in the footsteps of "The Master and Margarita". The museum itself is open on weekdays until eleven at night, and on Friday and Saturday until one in the morning. If you want to get to know the night city better, you can book an excursion at the Moscow Lights Center. They conduct both regular sightseeing tours and thematic ones. For example, "Moscow - the territory of ghosts" is a trip to the mysterious places of the capital, during which you can take part in a sabbath on the territory of the Hermitage garden and learn a lot of dark secrets.
If you are single, you can drop by Speed Dating night party, many have seen similar mini-dates in the movies. The bottom line is simple - men and women get to know each other in a continuous stream, a few minutes are given to communicate with each person, if you like someone, you mark him in the sympathy card. If your interests coincide, the organizers of the party tell you the details of this person, and they send your contacts to him.