Italian ice cream parlor “Caprigiani” will be opened in Tbilisi in mid-March. The café will be opened in the former trade center “Pirimze” by Amiran Gagua, a famous person in Sokhumi.
Amiran Gagua owned café “Penguin” in Sokhumi which was a gathering spot for the whole town. It is a well-known specialist in making coffee in sand.
The cafe was founded by the Sokhumi businessman Jony Kakachia who owns cafes in the Czech Republic.
Kakachia also plans to open the Ukrainian restaurant in the former “Pirimze” building.
In a conversation with “Commersant” the businessman says that the Italian ice-cream has no analogue in Georgia and in the first stage 10 varieties of ice cream will be sold in the café . Kakachia explains that the object will be calculated for a medium segment and prices will not exceed the available on the market.
The cafe was founded by the Sukhumi businessman Jony Kakachia who owns cafes in the Czech Republic.
Kakachia also plans to open the Ukrainian restaurant in the former “Pirimze” building. “Tri Kazaka” is expected to open in two months and will try to attract users with the Swedish table and other proposals.
The businessman notes that the restaurant will be designed for all segments and therefore, the prices will be available.
Carpigiani is a gelato machine maker founded in Bologna in 1946 which now sells its treats in more than 100 countries.