Georgian food is having a moment, so head to Supra to dine on this deeply satisfying cuisine (make reservations; it’s popular). The dining room’s dark wood paneling and gleaming wood tables lean elegant, while the iconic puffy sheep hats hanging in the entrance flaunt regional flair. This chef once ran the kitchen at the same nation's Embassy, so expect authenticity with a dose of delicious. Start with the house platter, a panoply of spreads and cheeses with warm bread for dipping, before devouring soup dumplings or a plate of mussels. No diner worth his or her salt would dare skip their classic khachapuri—a stuffed, turtle-shaped crusty bread with a pit of molten cheese and runny egg. Thirsty travelers should explore the Georgian-focused wine list.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors