As you wander Aghmashenebeli Avenue, you’ll find beauty parlours, cafes, restaurants, boutiques, private workshops, gift shops, toy shops, and local boutiques stocking clothes from some of Georgia’s best up and coming designers.
The stretch of Aghmashenebeli from Marjanishvili Square to Saarbrücken Square is especially popular with brides-to-be, as there is an abundance of beauty salons and bridal stores in the ground floors of the 19th-century balconied homes that lie along this street.
While you’re shopping, why not take a moment to enjoy a cup of coffee or an ice cream in one of the many cafes and Georgian restaurants that dot this street?
If you’re especially hungry, Aghmashenebeli Avenue has a wide variety of restaurant options, including traditional Georgian restaurants; restaurants serving Asian cuisine; the ice cream and dessert cafe, Luca Polare; and international fast food chains like McDonald’s, Baskin Robbins, Gloria Jean’s and Dunkin’ Donuts. The close-by Ninoshvili Street is full of contemporary cocktail bars, coffee shops and vintage stores.
Getting to Aghmashenebeli Avenue couldn’t be easier! You can take a bus, a minibus, or the metro to get here, with Marjanishvili Metro station located right in the middle of the avenue. For people who prefer eco-friendly transportation, you can also use a bicycle or take a scooter to get there.