Beefbar marks major milestone with the opening of its 40th restaurant

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The Monaco born and bred Beefbar brand has expanded its international presence with the opening of the group’s 40th eatery. After taking the name to destinations such as London, Paris, Dubai, Hong Kong and New York, this latest restaurant is to be found in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. 

Beefbar was an instant hit when it opened in the port of Fontvieille in Monaco back in 2005. The now global brand describes itself as a “reference for meat lovers” and has gone from strength to strength since that first address, with this new location in Tbilisi representing its 40th venture.  

Found in the five-star hotel complex of Central Park Towers in the Georgian capital, the restaurant is also the seventh Le Petit Beefbar-styled locale. Other branches of the concept, the brainchild of Riccardo Giraudi, include Beefbar Asia, Beefbar Deli and the soon-to-come Leafbar, a vegan offshoot. 

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Like with all Beefbar-signed restaurants, specialty meats, such as Wagyu, Black Angus and Kobe beef are the stars of the show in Tbilisi, but the menu is also complemented by “recipes inspired by brasseries”.  

Central Park Towers caters to a clientele that chooses the hotel as a “lifestyle destination” – it boats a variety of international restaurants, a casino, its own shopping centre, a spa and even a concert hall – and the developers of the complex, the Orbi Group and Block, are said to have hand-picked Le Petit Beefbar to join the prestigious ranks of the hotel’s offerings.  

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