2019-05-20

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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2019-05-01


The world’s most unique dining experience, now available in Georgia!

What is ‘Dinner in the Sky’? It is a Belgian success story in the skies of more than 70 countries with more than 12 years’ experience. A flying dinne...

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2019-04-19

There are Georgian dishes we love, but somehow, we serve them only on celebrations or on special events! It is time to break the stereotypes! That is exactly what g.Vino is doing by offering Chef Tamta’s special dishes on the 23rd...

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2019-04-15

g.Vino restaurant is beginning an ongoing gastronomical journey of culinary experiments in a series of events called Chef's Specials. These promise to surprise you with their very original and creative dishes that will be paired w...

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2019-04-03

Khareba Feast at g.Vino Restaurant

On April 7, the day marking the Khareba Feast, the g.Vino Restaurant will welcome seafood enthusiasts to enjoy wonderful Black Sea fish dishes and spend time in a pleasant atmosphere. 

Tamt...

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2019-03-18

More than 130 guests attended a fundraiser hosted by Tyler Green of Business and Finance Consulting (BFC) for MAC Georgia on March 9, at Betsy’s Hotel. The event was supported by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Developmen...

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2019-03-18

Meet renowned cheese-maker Ana Mikadze-Chikvaidze for a lesson on the history and variety of Georgian cheese - and get to try some too!

WHERE: Tbilisi Taste Hotel

148 D.Agmashenebeli Ave.

Tbilisi

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WHEN: Marc...

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2019-03-08

One of the most luxurious and historical French bakeries, Ladurée, entered the Georgian market and welcomed its first guests in February 2019 at 21a Abashidze Street in Tbilisi.

The history of Ladurée began in 1862, when Louis ...

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2019-03-05

While seafood is quite low on the list of Georgian specialties, with river fish far more commonly seen, the country does front the Black Sea and so has a portion of fishy income from it. That said, if you’re in the capital and wan...

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2019-03-02

Helene Bedwell, Caucasus correspondent for Bloomberg, is a graduate of the London School of Journalism. Her early career saw her working as a television reporter for several Georgian broadcasters and, after leaving the country in ...

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2019-01-30

The traditional method of making khachapuri has been granted the status of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Georgia.

The boat-shaped bread filled with cheese has been made in regions across Georgia for centuries. The National Ag...

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2019-01-24

If someone says ‘pine tree’ to you during the winter season, your mind will most likely picture it dressed up for Christmas. But Georgians, with their age-old traditions, still do so much more than just sprinkle their pine trees w...

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