Sololaki is a micro-district where Georgian architecture and the city’s revitalization shines. It’s a place where you’ll find cafes and restaurants on every corner, each more delicious than the last, and where coming across a quiet corner to work is as easy as finding a glass of wine, if not easier.
On the working front, places like Chaduna, Hurma, Café Dante, and Stories Coffee & Tea, are some great places to post up for the day. There aren’t any official coworking spaces in the neighborhood, but the number of cafes and corners more than make up for the price of a coffee, lunch, or something more motivating like a glass of wine or craft beer.
After hours, craft beer lovers flock to Black Dog Bar and Tsota Tsota Craft Beer Pub, while the seasonal cocktails at 41 Art of Drinks and the fresh take on the classic drinks at Soda Bar call to the cocktail enthusiasts. Tsitska Wine Shop, Vino Underground, and DADI Wine Bar and Shop have oenophiles covered while Café Littera from one of the most famous chefs in the city, Tekuna Gachechiladze, as well as Ezo, Café Kalina, and Isamani are just a few of the restaurants in the neighborhood that will have your taste buds jumping for joy.
Looking up is also important while making your way through this part of the city. You’ll start to notice monuments like the Mother of Georgia Monument (Kartlis Deda), the No. 58 Public School which is often called the Hogwarts school, Gallery 27 and its kaleidoscope-colored windows, as well as the National Botanical Garden of Georgia all from the streets of Sololaki.
Breanna Wilson is a travel writer, content creator, and tour designer running adventure and overlanding tours in Mongolia and Georgia. You can follow Breanna’s daily adventures off-roading, hiking, and exploring lesser-known parts of the world on Instagram at @breannajwilson.
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