Katia's Russian Tea Room

Katia's Russian Tea Room

Katia's Russian Tea Room is a restaurant located in San Francisco, California, USA specializing in Russian cuisine. The establishment is a critic's favorite and has won the Zagat Award of Distinction.

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... Their daughter Katia, is confined to her bed because of a problem with her spine, while her younger brother believes that the 'Bogeyman' will come to ... Katia struggles from her bed to take on the killer herself ... Mikos breaks into Katia's bedroom and attacks her, but she manages to stab him in the eye with a set of drawing compasses ...
Katia Cardenal
... Katia Cardenal (born June 19, 1963 in Managua, Nicaragua) is a Nicaraguan singer/songwriter, and a part of the nueva trova movement ... Katia and her brother Salvador Cardenal form the Duo Guardabarranco, one of the leading proponents of nueva trova, known for classical songs like Guerrero del amor, Guardabosques, Casa ... As a solo artist, Katia Cardenal has released six albums with the Norwegian label Kirkelig Kulturverksted and two with Nicaraguan MOKA Discos ...
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... 13/14 (2004) (as Katia Berger).. ... Carole, la marraine La Lune dans le caniveau (1983) (as Katia Berger).. ... Katia Bennett Storie di ordinaria follia or Tales of Ordinary Madness (1981).. ...
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... He is awoken from reefersleep (a form of cryogenic suspension) by Katia, a beta-level simulation of his real wife, who he had left behind on Yellowstone after the Melding Plague ... Katia could not come, so he covertly created a simulation of her to accompany him ... implant from Janos's visual cortex, he is accidentally informed by Katia that he is the one being operated on ...

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