Do you want to see the traditional dance show in Tbilisi, during your visit to Georgia? Would you like to taste the delicious Georgian cuisine and wine at the same time? Read on – we prepared a list of the best places especially for you.

In the Shadow of Metekhi

Our first type is the Shadow of Metekhi. Located in the old part of Tbilisi, not far from the famous Abanotubani – sulfur bath area, the restaurant offers a cozy atmosphere and delicious local cuisine.
Georgian national songs and dances are in the programme every day. On Fridays, singing waiters show is an additional attraction.
Working hours: 12:00 – 01:00. Website: http://www.mgroup.ge/en/shadow-metekhi

Ethno-Tsiskvili Restaurant

Our next type is the Ethno Tsiskvili restaurant-museum. Opened in 2002, it attracts not only tourists but also locals. The promo video below will give you a hint of what you might expect.

The name of the restaurant – Tsiskvili – means “mill” in Georgian and it comes from the watermill embedded into the authentic, rustical design of the place. Tsiskvili is open from 9:00 am till 3:00 am.

The location is 99 Beliashvili Street. While quite far from the center, it is definitely worth it. Our guide to public transportation in Tbilisi will help you to get there. Website: http://tsiskvili.ge/.

Georgian House

Georgian House might be the most upscale position on our list. If you are looking for a chic, luxurious place to enjoy the evening – this option is for you.

Kalanda

Kalanda is the budget option on our list, while still very interesting and of great quality. Located near the Didube Station, it might be a great option for evening entertainment after hopping off from the marshrutka or taxi from Kazbegi. They don’t have a website, but you might check their Facebook profile.