Nanutchka began as a place for tasty ethnic dishes, but has developed into a nighttime party spot, with people often dancing on the tables to Russian and Western rock, as well as traditional Georgian music, by the end of the evening. The party is fueled partly by the well-stocked bar, but also by the excellent Georgian menu of specialties like fried dumplings stuffed with goose and walnuts, lamb stews, and fresh-from-the-oven breads topped with egg and cheese.