BARS, PUBS, CLUBS
If in the evenings you need to relax, enjoy your favorite drink, forget about household chores, then Yerevan, in addition to its rich cultural life and delicious cuisine, will provide you with a pleasant leisure. Young people's nightlife mostly takes place in bars and pubs, where you can taste delicious local craft beer, wine and soft drinks.
Bars and pubs of Yerevan are located in the small center of the city - on Parpetsi, Pushkin, Saryan, Tumanyan streets, so-called "bars and pubs district", also near the Cascade and on Abovyan street. The objects are close to each other, and you are sure to find a place according to your taste. Foreigners are warmly welcomed everywhere, and each place has an English-language menu.
Pubs and bars in Yerevan are more common than nightclubs. The pubs are cozy, lively and crowded. In Yerevan they are safe. By the way, smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas of the capital. They are open all night with quality music from various local and international DJs.
It's easy to get into the "bars and pubs area" but hard to leave. We wish you a pleasant time!
Delightful Charm of Gata
Armenian cuisine is rich with flavors and aromas, and one of the most beloved desserts is gata, a traditional Armenian coffee cake that has been enjoyed for centuries. This pastry is often served with tea or coffee and is a staple in Armenian households and bakeries. Gata is a delightful dessert to eat any time of year.
Maybe it’s the mix of flavors or the way they are so light and fluffy. No matter what it is, one thing is for sure: you will never be able to eat just one piece!
Armenian brandy: a timeless tradition
Armenian brandy, or cognac as it’s called by locals, is made from selected grapes that are grown in the Ararat Valley. This strong alcoholic beverage is historically famous all over the world for its high quality, incredible flavor, and best traditions.
The story of Armenian brandy dates back to the 19th century when a group of Armenian merchants decided to start producing their own version of brandy, inspired by the French cognac-making process. Using local grapes and traditional distilling methods, they created a spirit that was uniquely Armenian yet of the highest quality.