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Sokhumi “Penguin” Owners to Open Italian Café in Tbilisi

On February 20th, Caprigiani café will be opened  in the  former trade center “Pirimze”  by Amiran Gagua, a prominent businessman from 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.

Laura Ghachava, an owner of the trade center “Pepe” says that the cafe was founded by the Sukhumi businessman Jony Kakachia who owns cafes  in the Czech Republic.

Kakachia also plans to open an  Ukrainian  restaurant in the former “Pirimze” building.

Carpigiani is  a gelato machine maker founded in Bologna in 1946 and now sells its treats in more than 100 countries.