Best coffee shops in Tbilisi for bookworms and coffee lovers
06 July, 2018
Best coffee shops in Tbilisi for bookworms and coffee lovers
There are lots of cozy and well designed cafes in Tbilisi that sell high quality coffee. Georgian Journal recommends you a list of coffee shops where you can sit down, relax and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee.


One place that I’d definitely recommend is Luca Polare. This small brand of ice-cream parlor offers not only finest ice cream but delicious coffee as well. This German-Georgian family business started in August of 2008 and to this day is the most
popular ice cream and coffee parlor in Tbilisi. Luca Polare offers 50 different flavors of delicious ice cream made according to an original Italian recipe and 11 different types of freshly brewed coffee. The coffee beans are provided from countries such as Costa Rica, South India, Tanzania and Brazil. The coffee is made from a combination of highest quality ingredients. This place is especially popular among teenagers, where they often meet up with their friends to catch up.
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Luca Polare, Photo courtesy: www.lucapolare.com

Next up on the list is a newly opened Turkish café called “Mado”. This place doesn’t only offer food but one of the best Turkish coffees in Tbilisi. Made from freshly brewed beans
Mado offers 3 flavors of Turkish coffee: Dibek Coffee, Mastic Gum Turkish Coffee and Roasted Turkish Coffee. The place also sells ice cream as well as other delicious desserts. If you’re searching for a unique flavor of ice-cream that comes from a secret recipe that contains natural fruit extracts or a deliciously famous traditional Turkish coffee, Mado is the just the place for you.
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Mado, Photo courtesy: www.mado.com.ge

One of the fewest places in Georgia that gives you the possibility to enjoy the largest collections of English books and magazines: Prospero’s Books and Caliban’s Coffee Shop is a cozy place that offers coffee where you can sit down, relax and enjoy a cup of coffee with pastries while reading a book. It is located on Rustaveli Avenue 34, however, if you’re not strictly looking for it you might miss it at a first glance, since it’s hidden in an arch.
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Prospero’s Books and Caliban’s Coffee Shop, Photo courtesy: www.likealocalguide.com

Located in the heart of Tbilisi, Coffeesta offers a brand new level of Coffee with exquisite taste of 100% Arabica beans. “Coffesta is not just an ordinary café, but the mix of philosophy, attitude and environment dedicated to Coffeestas.” – say the real coffee lovers.
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Coffeesta, Photo courtesy: www.tripadvisor.com

So there you go! A list of best coffee shops in Tbilisi, where you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee, whether while reading a book or having a chat with a friend.

Author: Natia Tsurtsumia

The first photo courtesy: www.nyhabitat.com

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