Telliskivi tänav 62, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn
The buildings, which were built in 1873–1874, were used as a train depot for maintaining and housing locomotives and rail-cars until spring 2015. Symbolically, two rail-cars – the dining car of a Moscow train and the passenger car with leather seats of Edelaraudtee – were left in front of the former train depot of the Baltic Station.
These two rail-cars are what Peatus (‘stop’ in Estonian) is made of – a place where time stops and where you can always stop for a meal, morning coffee, a refreshing drink, or a lovely time with your friends. During the daytime, we focus on food. In the evenings, however, we host different events, bands, DJs, and everyone who make the local life more interesting.
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