Old Tbilisi Garden

Row 1

174 Bleecker St (Sullivan St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 470-6064
Eastern European
$ $
Mon–Wed, Sun: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM Thu–Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Apart from the excellent khachapuri ($12 to $16) blistered and bubbling, you'll want to start with an order of lamb khinkali ($8), juicy steamed dumplings the size of baseballs.
  • There isn't a richer starter at any restaurant in New York than adjaruli khachapuri ($16), a freshly baked bread shaped like a world champion wrestler's belt, with straps on each side.
  • Everything is delicious
  • This and the green goblin juice !
  • Khachapuri and khinkali are the best
  • Amazing Khinkali :)
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  • Georgian is probably the best Eastern European cuisine. This place is a great opportunity to try it in the city. Order Satzivi, Adjarian Khachapuri, Mtsvadi () and some Saperavi wine.
  • Delicious food that competes right there with the best you find in Tbilisi (lived there for two months). Khinkali are amazing, so is the adjaruli khachapuri. A must for lovers of Georgian cuisine!
  • The baked bread is mind blowing and the amounts are very generous, although their cuisine is a bit too heavy for me.
  • Delicious dumplings and Cornish hen!
  • Be careful, the bread boat with cheese is huge. Everything was delicious. Service could've been better.
  • Love everything here. Try the cucumber, tomato, and onion salad with walnut dressing. Always order the dumplings,
  • If you can sit in the garden area, do it. Family style servings of Georgian cuisine that's hearty, filling, tasty and even giant dessert servings. Georgia wines too. NYC cuisine at its finest.
  • Khachapuri
  • Authentic Georgian place get the lamb.
  • Beautiful outdoor area! See for yourself with their virtual tour!
  • Amazing Adjaruli Khachapuri, Satsivi and lobio
  • Authentic Georgian good! Try the bread with cheese and egg in the middle! The owner is very friendly and the staff is amazing
  • Great cuisine. Georgian food is just amazing. A little pricey khinkali compared to Russia.. But this is NYC