Tamuna Gvaberidze, Co-Founder of the Popiashvili Gvaberidze Window Project
Pop in for a very interesting organic wine tasting. All wines served are organic wines supplied by regional wine producers. The staff will describe the wine and its production, explain the selection and tell stories about it– a must visit for those who want to taste the real local flavor.
If you want to taste really high quality homemade lemonade, head to Littera, a cafe restau- rant hidden in a courtyard behind the Writers Guild on Machebeli Street. Book in advance because it fills up quickly.
Well known Georgian chef, Keti Bakradze, recently opened a popular bistro in her own name. It is a stylish and modern venue with a local/vintage vibe. A good place for cocktails!
This place takes its name from its layout, as ‘Ezo’ is the Georgian word for a yard surrounded on three sides by residential buildings.Plenty of seating in the yard but there is also seating indoors as well. Service is friendly and, if you are lucky, you may chance upon live music. Don’t miss this experience as even the drinks seem tastier than elsewhere there.
KETO DA KOTE
Simply the best interior and service in Tbilisi, to be found in an old yard with beautiful traditional Georgian balconies. If you want to feel at home, have a liking for soft drinks, coffee and tea, don’t miss out on Keto da Kote. A great place with a laid back atmosphere. Their wine is very good, too- no headaches the next day!