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The restaurant is a series of booths around a rock garden with fountain. Staff speak a little English. Drink Edit There are many shops and markets to purchase local food, drink and their famous Transnistrian Vodka drink commonly referred to as a "smirnovka" - appropriately named after president Igor Smirnov. Along the river downtown, a handful of bars and restaurants can be found, usually open till about midnight. Nightlife Edit "Nightlife" is all night in Tiraspol. There was never a curfew at night, neither in Tiraspol nor in Bendery! You will see no police on the street! There are MANY large and modern discos in the centre. They are open all night, seven days a week. Tourists are rare and the few English speakers that might be around are often very happy to communicate with foreigners.
Update The borders are now easy and free to cross! You can take any mini bus from the central bus station in Chisinau! They depart every 30 minutes.
A statue of Lenin in Tiraspol, the capital of Transnistria
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