Best Restaurants

Text by Natia Akhalashvili and Tamar Kvinikadze Although the whole city of Mtskheta is like a museum, Sanapiro Street in this ancient small town is still exceptionally adorable – a best-kept secret of sorts, though tourists never miss it and find it with amazing ease. Just turn toward the main square in front of the […]

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Spare Evening in Kutaisi

Reflector—Same Place as Usual My friend and I are strolling up Queen Tamar Street. A big party is about to take place at Reflector Club, the usual gathering place of friends in this Old Kutaisi neighborhood. Leon is visiting from Tbilisi, an assurance that the party will be cool. But I also remember my first […]

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My personal favorite – Dalila Tsatava

Dalila Tsatava President of the Gastronomic Association of Georgia, Professor at the GIPA Business School and the Tourism Research Center of the Tbilisi State University, with years-long experience in gastronomic culture and culinary tourism What should one taste and see to bypass cliché tourist routes and embrace the heart and soul of this country? What […]

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Best Bars and Some Music

Text by Shawn Basey As a musician, I’m constantly looking for places to play and also to catch some live tunes. Tbilisi certainly has an odd combination of having a ton of superbly talented musicians and not many places to play (something you might disagree with me on after reading through this list). Year by […]

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Winter 2020: fairs and celebrations

Looking for the most magical place that makes your little ones’ dreams come true? Then Mtatsminda Park is your place where unforgettable New Year’s events will be held from December 25 through January 14. Santa and Frosty the Snowman will team up to visit the richly decorated center of the park and kids area. This […]

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NEW HOT SPOT

Puri Guliani – Bakery, Cafe, Dessert Shop Saarbrucken Square, Tbilisi / Call: 577 00 00 83 / 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM Thanks to Georgian traditional bread, many tourists already know the Georgian word ‘tone’—which means the bakery and also the tandoori-like, clay oven in which the Georgian bread is baked. Cafe Puri Guliani intends […]

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My personal favorite – Daria Kholodilina

Blogger, travel planner darikomogzauri/trailsandwinesSinori What to eat in the first place: One of my favorite regional dishes is Sinori—thin layers of lavash filled with cottage cheese and baked with juicy cheese-and-garlic sauce. It always gets lost behind Adjaruli Khachapuri, but I think that’s what one has to ask for once in Adjara. It’s funny, but it’s […]

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