Tbilisi is vertiginous city! It’s so old and small yet so rich and varied. There are so many things to see or do, from sights and churches to narrow cobbled streets, garnished with wine and delicious cuisine. You try your best to see it all, to try it all, but there is never ENOUGH! – Maybe not enough hours in a day or not enough minutes in an hour? Or even not enough room in your stomach? Ah, definitely not enough days in your trip!
But I’m here, endeavoring to help make your decisions easier.
Where to go at the end of a fascinating but exhausting day to loosen up and still experience a piece of Tbilisi nightlife? – Medellin Bar Tbilisi.
We all know Medellin is a city in Colombia, where Pablo Escobar had his famous drug cartel, but it’s also a small, snug bar in the center of Tbilisi owned by twin brothers (I bet you can’t tell the difference) and NO! They have nothing in common with drugs!
The location is chosen perfectly in terms of finding, reaching and experiencing 19th-century Tbilisi. Georgian red brick walls, wooden stairs, uphill alley – you can definitely tell: history is still there.
On the other hand, Medellin Bar’s exclusive craft beer, amazing cocktails and food which are popular for a reason, the neon lights, the fun arts on the walls and the amazing staff give this place the modern touch.
So never forget, next time being in Tbilisi – “Save water, drink beer”.