If you dare and visit Tbilisi once, that means you’ll never get out of your head the idea of going back to Tbilisi again and again and again.
Tbilisi is a city of chaos, life, fun, traffic, noise, constructions, madness and novelties.
Yes, this is my city and I’m local here. And I can share with you some of my favorite spots.
A few years ago, if you walked on Ninoshvili street, you would find a huge, lost, forgotten Soviet building. Now you’ll find a fancy, colorful, multi-functional, amazing urban space. That’s Fabrika. In the past it was a Soviet sewing factory. Last year it was transformed into a hostel, with a nice lobby and bar, where you can chat with your friends or use it as a coworking space, sitting or lying on very special sofas or swinging in the hammocks.
That’s not all.
What makes Fabrika special is its huge yard with some really cool bars, restaurants, shops, galleries and seating places under the sky. Here you can find a cool mixture of old and new, modern and traditional, local and foreign. It doesn’t matter whether you’re local or a traveler and it doesn’t matter what you’re looking for. Fabrika is a place for every taste and budget. Just go there if you’re hungry, thirsty, bored, happy, or if you just want to hang out and enrich yourself with some positive sensations. It’s a guarantee of nice moments and entertainment.