The sturdy Armenian Church remains disused for lack of Armenians, a reminder of the brutal cultural divide still caused by the war in...
City Lights Bar
This hip, upmarket lounge-bar offers some incredible views of the city from its outdoor terrace.
A quantum leap in style, this suave choice makes wonderfully eclectic use of homemade pottery to give the fashionable interior a real...
Lonely Planet review
Tasty Georgian home-cooking served at sweetly unsophisticated wooden booths in a basement full of drinking horns, shepherd costumes and a few budgies. The house wine (AZN12 per litre) is a dry red Saperavi, and khachapuris (cheese pies) come in large multiperson size (AZN10). Other good choices for Georgian cuisine include stylistically challenged Imereti and cosy little Tiflis Taverna where menus are only in Russian.