T'bilisi Nightlife

  • Natakhtari beer and peanuts at Cellar on Rustaveli
    Natakhtari beer and peanuts at Cellar on...
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  • Cellar on Rustaveli, Tbilisi
    Cellar on Rustaveli, Tbilisi
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  • Cellar on Rustaveli, Tbilisi
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Best Rated Nightlife in T'bilisi

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    it appears to be here

    by ellielou Written Oct 20, 2006

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    cafes of cobblestone
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    There are a strip of new(ish) and trendy(ish) places, in the Old Town, on Akhvlediani. We actually stopped by these places occassionally, for a glass of wine, or something less strong, but there was never anything particularly remarkable about these places....they were just quick and attractive places for a quick rest and some refreshments.

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    Cellar on Rustaveli: Beer and sport on Rustaveli Avenue

    by SWFC_Fan Updated Mar 24, 2013

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    Cellar on Rustaveli, Tbilisi
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    We visited Cellar on Rustaveli one afternoon during our visit to Tbilisi in February 2013.

    Although we visited during the day time, and the bar served food, I'll include this as a nightlife tip rather than a restaurant tip as we only visited for drinks and it felt more like a bar than a restaurant.

    As its name suggests, this underground bar is located on bustling Rustaveli Avenue, not far from Tavisuplebis Moedani (Freedom Square).

    As we descended into the bar we noticed a chalk board displaying the bar's food menu. It included the basic Georgian staples: khinkali dumplings, khachapuris, lobiani (bean paste in a khachapuri), kebabs, mtsvadi (skewered lamb) and pizza. Ideal foods for snacking on while enjoying a beer.

    The choice of draught beers was fairly extensive, including the Georgian beers Natakhtari, Mtieli and Zedazeni, as well as imported Czech beers Staropramen and Bernard Dark. Prices were as follows:

    Natakhtari = 1.70 GEL (£0.70) for 400ml / 3.60 GEL (£1.45) for 1 litre

    Zedazeni = 2.00 GEL (£0.80) for 400ml / 4.00 GEL (£1.60) for 1 litre

    Mtieli = 2.00 GEL (£0.80) for 400ml / 4.00 GEL (£1.60) for 1 litre

    Staropramen = 3.50 GEL (£1.40) for 400ml / 7.00 GEL (£2.80) for 1 litre

    Staropramen = 4.00 GEL (£1.60) for 400ml / 8.00 GEL (£3.20) for 1 litre

    I had a 400ml Natakhtari beer for 1.70 GEL (£0.70) and a dish of salted peanuts, which the menu stated cost 2.00 GEL, but the waitress brought as complimentary.

    Emma had a pot of green tea which cost 2.80 GEL (£1.15).

    There were a host of international flags hanging up above the bar and a TV screen was showing highlights of a rugby game. I got the impression that the bar would be quite busy when there was a big sporting event being shown live, but it was fairly quiet on the afternoon that we visited.

    A good choice of draught beers, live sport and basic Georgian snack food on Rustaveli Avenue!

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    rustaveli street: illuminated buildings and dancing fountains

    by call_me_rhia Updated Aug 19, 2006

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    rustaveli at night (marriott hotel, i think)
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    Walk along rustaveli street at bight and enjoy the grand building, all brightly illuminated: government buildings, churches, banks and even the marriott hotel.
    In front of the Parliament young and old - and families, too - gather at night in front of the dancing fountains.

    Dress Code: Dressed, since you are in a city's street.

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    marrakech restaurant: shisha, chai and baklavas

    by call_me_rhia Written Aug 20, 2006

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    Not a very typical georgian activity, but we spent quite a few happy nights in this restaurant smoking shisha, drinking mint tea and sampling a few baklavas.

    Marrakech is a strange restaurant - it has a huge food list and hardly anyone eats there... people go for drinks and ice-creams.

    It's decorated in middle-eastern fashion with fluffy pillows and shishas everywhere, and no one smokes (in fact it's not even on the menu)... but you can ask for it and waiters won't blink.

    Dress Code: As you wish - but people in general are casually dressed

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  • Night Office or Tunnel CLub or FTV bar or ....: Clubbing - Djs - Great people

    by cyberclubber Written Mar 5, 2007

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    Shardeni Street CHardit
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    www.info-tbilisi.com

    www.etbilisi.com/

    this 2 web sites helped me to find great clubs and bars in tbilisi, Night life is not in the Rustaveli avenue but it is on Shardeni Street, Perviwskaya st and the CLubs like NIGHT OFFICE (www.nightoffice.ge) or Club Tunnel amazing designed underground style,

    I went on Desyn Masyello DJ set in Tbilisi on 13 jan, NIGHT OFFICE mega club in tbilisi

    CASINOs everywhere in tbilisi , was told that there are many good ones , i had no time for that :>

    Dress Code: Casual , and any smart or casual

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    Noa Noa: Night Club - Noa Noa

    by UnaN Written Jul 18, 2006

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    presentations, video art and fashion shows are arranged at "NOA NOA"

    Everyday program: 23:00 p.m. - Band of "NOA NOA" and the vocals (Maia Baratashvili, Maka
    Gamkrelidze, Tina Begiashvili);
    Post-program discotheque: 00.30 a.m.
    Monday is only for discotheques.

    Club regulations:

    1. Entrance is chargeable, except for the members;
    2. Open hours: 21:00 p.m. - 04:00 a.m.
    3. Adults under 18 are not admitted;
    4. Face Control system operates; Consequently, any person without any kind of explanation can be refused to enter;
    5. No admittance under the effect of spirits and drugs;
    6. Entrance with any kind of weapons, alcoholic or soft drinks is strictly prohibited;
    7. Entrance ticket always includes one glass of cocktail.

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    The Hangar: Football and Rugby match

    by vodkablim Written Mar 21, 2009

    It's one of the place for foreign people living in Tbilisi.

    Mostly English and French and particulary while match!
    2 screens there. Advice you to arrive before it start if you want to sit down (especially if England/France match)

    You'll find there: Georgian beer and Guiness.
    Pizza and traditional georgian "Xatchapuri" but also a cool choise of hamburger with funny names.

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    Georgian (something) of Film Makers: Catch an English movie

    by jannieomani Written Oct 5, 2006

    Based on another VT tip, I went in search of an English movie after watching nothing but dubbed Georgian TV when TV was available at all. The 'cinema' is easy to find (see directions) and as of Otcober 2006 they are showing movies in English on Monday and Wednesday nights at 8pm. Before you get too excited, it is not a typical, commercial type of place you are probably used to in your home country, I didn't smell/see any popcorn! The man there explained that they showed musicals on Monday nights, 'Singing in the Rain', 'My Fair Lady' and 'All that Jazz' were advertised when I was there. For the coming Wednesday night there was a Hindi movie with English subtitles advertised. I'm sure it's good if you live in the city or have not met any other English speakers for weeks but you may be disappointed if you were hoping for sleek, action-packed American blockbuster and buckets of soda and popcorn.

    Dress Code: None (I don't think!)

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    "Night Office": Night Club - "Night Office"

    by UnaN Written Jul 18, 2006

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    Cool place with shows and lots of events

    Club days: Friday & Saturday.

    The club has been taking actions against drug addiction, since it was opened.

    Entrance fees: Boys - 25 gel; girls-15 gel.

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    FTV Bar: Fashion Bar

    by UnaN Written Jul 18, 2006

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    Cafe "Fashion Bar" is open from 17:00pm to 03:00am.
    Club "Fashion Bar" is open from 22:00pm to 03:00am (at special events - to 05:00).
    Entrance fee is chargeable depending on the evening program.

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    Profile: Bar-Restaurant "Profile"

    by UnaN Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Latin-American compositions and songs, jazz, jazz-rock, European pop music and film soundtrack by the best band "Profile" (from 23:30 to 24:00).

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