In many minds Face Control has always been an integral part of the Moscow nightlife scene. Higher-class night clubs typically have tougher and more cynic door policies that in some cases become extremely hard to understand.
Here we have compiled a list of the 4 Moscow night clubs that are probably the hardest to enter at the current period of time. At the same time it means that these venues are very hot at the moment and thus tend to filter the crowd as hard as they can.
We start our list with the good old Krysha Mira where the entrance is open either through the general face control or through the club member’s list. The list is kept as an electronic database that includes member’s pictures as well as the assigned personal numbers. The database is linked to the terminal at the front door where each guest’s data is reviewed before the entrance is allowed.
The second Moscow night club in our list is the Chateau de Fantomas, that requires to download it’s own application in the App Store where you have to register and get the required approvals from the existing club members as well as Fantomas himself☺ Once the approvals are made the club offers it’s potential guests to purchase☺ the member’s card for approximately $2k.
The third one is the Mendeleev bar that is actually hidden from the public inside the noodle shop. Here we just have a strict face control. No reservations required.
And the fourth Moscow night club with a tough door policy we’d like to mention is called Vanilla Ninja. In this case it’s mostly about the guest list where your name has to appear in order to enter. Meaning you’ll need to know someone who can expand the list with your name….. Good Luck:)
See you at night!