You will not see the name of the bar outside. This spot is so small it probably couldn’t accommodate a lot of people so they keep quiet. Look for a blue post box and a blue door.
The lounge is really tiny and it’s packed with Soviet/DDR things reminding me of childhood. All the interior decorations were dragged from flea markets in East Germany – but I had just the same stuff at home in Moscow where I grew up. It’s all the same random Soviet Goodbye Lenin! (as in the movie).
Producty is the smallest bar possible in St. Petersburg, it fits with centimetres — that was the owner’s wish. Lisa started this venue by bringing a Wurlitzer music box from Germany and it is really outstanding because it plays only vinyl music. You can listen to three songs for 100 RUR (the barman gives you a Deutschmark to use with Wurlitzer). Retro feeling guaranteed.
There are many classic cocktails or you can ask for something special. In the morning you can get a croissant here and quietly remember the previous night.