Although Covid has postponed our summer adventures to next year and significantly reduced the boundaries of vacation, life still goes on, new places open up and everyone adapts to the given situation.
That is why we offer you an article: 10 open cafes in Tbilisi, which you can visit, test and share how much you liked our list.
Ekaladze Street 6, Tbilisi.
Alubali is one of many beautiful open cafes in Tbilisi, that has a large selection of delicious salads to spend a delicious summer evening.
Lado Asatiani st. 13, Tbilisi.
PinPon offers coffee, simple but very tasty dishes, author’s cocktails, pleasant atmosphere and much more…
Georgian restaurant with a beautiful garden and interesting history.
Egnate Ninoshvili st. 54, Tbilisi.
Boutique Shop, which offers home decor items, gifts,
Plants, works of art and various life items from Georgian craftsmen and designers, plus an intimate garden and cafe where you can enjoy brunch.
Egnate Ninoshvili st. 59, Tbilisi.
A new location with an interesting concept. Definitely worth a look.
Dimitri Uznadze st. 4, Tbilisi.
Mutant Radio is a media platform that focuses on a variety of areas: mixes, interviews, educational shows, live performances, and talk shows that are either broadcast live, or filmed and broadcast later.
Kvlividze st. 30, Tbilisi.
Black Lion is a Georgian cafe-restaurant, where the artisanal environment and the diversity of tastes are harmoniously combined. Definitely worth a look.
Vasil Barnovi st. 64, Tbilisi.
Pleasant environment, modern Georgian dishes and a variety of wine assortment in the open air, in the middle of Tbilisi.
Machabeli st. 13, Tbilisi.
Cafe in the middle of old Tbilisi, in the garden of the Writers’ House. Exquisite European cuisine with a touch of modern Georgian dishes.
Simon Kandelaki st. 19, Tbilisi.
A family-type Georgian restaurant designed by Guga Kotetishvili in the historical house of the Makashvilis and Eristavi.