Esquire Library Opens

Esquire magazine officially opened the Esquire Library, located at Smolensky Passage, in late September. This initiative, which has an emphasis on modern intellectual literature, sets out to encourage reading by providing a comfortable and convenient location to do so.

On the fourth floor of Smolensky Passage in Moscow, anyone can read their favorite book over a cup of coffee, listen to audiobooks with stories from Esquire’s Literary Issue, and sample the Literary Menu, develop by the White Rabbit Family restaurant’s team of chefs.

Esquire Library is also a charity project open that welcomes contributions by members of the public – you can donate your favorite books to the campaign, which distributes them among public libraries and colleges in Russia’s outlying regions.

The Esquire Library will be open daily from 10 am until 10 pm through the end of December. It is located on the fourth floor of the Smolensky Passage (Smolensky Ploshchad 3).

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