Dadiani is a very central street, but it has never been too touristic. Several hostels, a couple of cafes that come and go; two or three khinkali houses in the basements of XIX century houses, but never too many tourists. Though, it’s now becoming a hub for wine shops and bars, with four recent, additions.

One of them is Dadi Bar. Opened by culinary and wine lovers who are professionals in HoReCa field, this little bar has already gained a loyal audience.

Dadi has a very convenient location – just two steps from Freedom Square! – plus, it’s on the shady side of the street, has huge windows, a couple of chairs outside and a simple minimalistic design inside. The shelves and a long tasting table are always full of new arrivals.

The owners often go for tasting and purchasing trips to the wineries all around Georgia in order to pick out something really special. Don’t expect those pearls of local winemaking to be very cheap: it’s rather middle and upper-class wines.

The food is also quite special. Nothing overcomplicated, but everything is created to be paired with wines, and tastes simply great. We highly recommend the chocolate Saperavi cake and homemade cheese cake as a crown of your visit to Dadi Bar.

Additional Info


4 Dadiani Str., Tbilisi


555 51 79 03




Monday: 14:00 – 00:00, Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 00:00