The name of the Spanish-Mexican bar got more than traditional for Spanish-speaking countries. Mañana for Spaniards and Mexicans is much more than just "tomorrow" (the literal translation of the word); it is also a certain lifestyle that implies vague plans and the ability to postpone for later what would be worth doing right now. If in Spain you are promised that a closed bar will open mañana or documents will be sent to mañana, it is better to be patient and have a couple of free weeks to wait. The reverse side of mañana is the ability to let go of the situation and treat everything that is happening philosophically, the adherents of mañana will not rush or get upset because of the little things. However, in relation to the bar on Pyatnitskaya, the concept of mañana is only partially true — despite the general relaxed atmosphere (this is not a place for a quick business lunch), the waiters and bartenders are attentive and efficient, and closer to the weekend there are even dances and DJ sets.