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Reviewed November 25, 2019 via mobile

The lights and cafes were charming. People were friendly - some would argue too friendly as they try to entice you to their cafes. Walk a bit further to Marjanishvili station and you will have McDonald’s and samikitno restaurant :)

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank Charmie H
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Reviewed November 22, 2019

this street is close to our hotel. you will find many fine dining restaurants in this avenue. 700-1000m long walking street and all kind of restaurants available. This is only place i saw halal restaurants in Tbilisi

Date of experience: November 2019
1  Thank ricshanshibly1986
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Reviewed September 9, 2019

this avenue is the other side of the river. you can take the subway to reach there. both sides of the avenue has a wonderful walking area. shops, restaurants, cafes are very nice. my personel choice is ankara restaurant;)

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Biteviye
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Reviewed September 6, 2019

There are two sides to Aghmashenebeli Avenue - the bit you see in all the photos and the good bit. The pedestrianised section nearest to the Dry Bridge that gets in all the brochures is just plain nasty. While they've done a great job in doing up all the building frontages and balconies, it's almost impossible to walk down the street and enjoy it, as if you so much as stop to scratch your nose you're instantly surrounded by glassy-eyed touts over enthusing about how much better their restaurant/bar is, despite it having exactly the same International menus as all the others and identikit plastic wicker garden furniture outside. There is almost nothing to enjoy here aside from coming to the end of this short stretch of forced enjoyment and getting to the locals stretch of the street.

Here sits a wide, bustling boulevard, full of eateries, locals shops, cultural centres, beautiful buildings and local life. Some might see nothing but a long wide shopping street, but scratch down the little side streets and there are many delights to be found.

So bypass the shiny posh bit and head in the direction of Marjanishvili Metro for and infinitely real atmosphere.

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank Roy_D_Hacksaw
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Reviewed August 5, 2019

Lived and worked on this street
Great place to slowly ramble and enjoy the sun and the musics - one street musician in particular was very good

some nice small grocery shops and eating places - both good and bad - see other reviews

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank WRW20181234
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