In 2025, Riccardo Giraudi will open a Petit Beefbar within a new 5-star hotel complex, Central Park Towers, in Tbilisi. This Georgian project is the 40th for the Beefbar brand and the seventh opening for Petit Beefbar after Paris, London, Edinburgh, Dubai, Nice and Strasbourg. “Le Petit Beefbar was imagined by Riccardo Giraudi as a reinterpretation of the codes of bistro cuisine with some cosmopolitan and modern touches while retaining the Beefbar identity, known worldwide,” the company says.

Like its predecessor, Beefbar, Le Petit Beefbar highlights exceptional meats such as Wagyu and Black Angus beef while combining them with a highly creative and thoughtful menu, and recipes inspired by brasseries.

Selected by the Orbi groups (one of the largest real estate developers in Europe and Georgia) and Block (one of the largest investment holding companies in Georgia), Le Petit Beefbar will integrate the 5-star Central Park Towers hotel complex. Spread over two towers and 84 floors in total, the latter is intended to become a lifestyle destination thanks to its Radisson hotel, its numerous international restaurants, its casino, its shopping centre, its spa and concert hall.

Riccardo Giraudi aka “The Beefboy” joined the group founded by his father in the early 2000s and has built up solid expertise in the importation of exceptional meats. A few years later, he explored the world of catering by opening the doors of his first Beefbar, in the Principality of Monaco. Today, the Monegasque businessman is also recognised for the creation of thirty iconic restaurant concepts with unique decors, such as Song Qi, African Queen and Cantinetta Antinori.