Hot, buttery bread with a salty cheese center, soft dumplings filled with herby soup, slow-roasted chicken with creamy garlic sauce, spiced beans cooked in a clay pot – Georgia is known around the world for its delicious and varie...

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After the hot summer season, loaded with a multiplicity of entertaining events, Tbilisi is stepping into autumn with yet another wonderful festival, especially exciting for food enthusiasts.

At the two-day event, taking place o...

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Along with a fascinating centuries-long history and a wide range of cultural sights to see countrywide, gastronomy is among the features that also puts Georgia among the must-visit destinations for tens of thousands of travelers f...

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One of the best features of Tbilisi is the Mtkvari River that runs through its center. On a hot summer day, walking near the greenish brown water can be refreshing as you catch a slight breeze, and in the colder months, t...

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Where better to escape the heat with a wine or iced coffee than a shady terrace hidden in the depths of a blooming garden or on a roof overlooking the city? Check out our top choices of cafes with terraces and make your next lunch...

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Tbilisi in the summer is hot. While many locals like to escape the city in July and August into the surrounding mountains or flock to the Black Sea beaches, for those who stay in Tbilisi, temperatures can soar into the hi...

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By Amy Jones

Dingy taverns with animal skins hanging on the wall and restaurants with dilapidated interiors are firmly becoming a thing of the past in Tbilisi. Over the past years, a new string of restaurants has opened with st...

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Puri Guliani is the first unique concept Georgian Sakhabazo (bakery) to appear on the Georgian market: a new, and interesting gastronomic space.

A heart-warming space for any gathering, Puri Guliani is a distinct food...

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Gastronomy and tourism are very closely linked and having good gastronomic traditions, something which Georgia can clearly boast, plays a significant role in tourism development. Now, through the Gault&Millau Georgia guide, the wo...

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Georgia: Your glass will be kept full of the best wine (indeed, Georgia has an 8000-year-old winemaking history!) and your plate loaded with a West-meets-East blend of cheeses, spices, herbs, meat and delicious organic vegetables ...

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Nina Pertenava, PR Specialist, sat down with the Where.ge team to reveal her top spots for taking guests in search of a special tasty treat.


Passersby near 10 Abashidze Street always notice the terrace d...

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Europe’s highest village, about 2200 m above sea level, has come quite a long way since I lived there for the winters of 2007-9 teaching English, when there was hardly any public café, bar or restaurant available at all, even in s...

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