Abashidze street

Abashidze street

Each of Tbilisi's streets has its own vibe and character. One of the most distinctive ones is Irakli Abashidze street in the Vake district, which stretches from the Round Garden to Vake park and is home to high-end clothing and shoe stores, beauty centers, European and Georgian restaurants, cafes, and pastry shops.

What does Abashidze Street offer?

On Abashidze street, fashion lovers will find boutique stores of Georgian designers, as well as shops selling accessories, handicrafts, flowers, and books. There are also nice restaurants and coffee shops there.

A particular highlight is two great wine shops and bars located side by side: 8000 Vintages and Wine Library. Both offer you dozens of wine varieties produced in Georgian cellars as well as great snack boards. Chocoholics should look no further than the local chocolate producers, Artisan and Chicolli.

Irakli Abashidze Street also boasts an array of cafes, perfect for a cozy coffee date or business meeting. Digital nomads will feel right at home in the co-working space Terminal on Abashidze, providing a comfortable working environment for people of any profession.

How to get there

You can also take the bus or metro to Chavchavadze avenue, which is just a few meters away.

Since Abashidze is in one of the most active parts of Tbilisi, visitors can take refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life in Vake park and Mziuri park, which is just a few minute walk away. 


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