InterNations Tbilisi Offical Event - Woland’s Speakeasy
"Have mercy, Queen," - He croaked, -"would I allow myself to pour vodka for a lady? It's pure alcohol!"
Margarita smiled and tried to push the glass away from her.
- "Feel free to drink," said Woland, and Margarita immediately took the glass in her hands. "
In fact, in this scene the characters are in 1926, Margarita is only 19 years old, she is completely innocent and tries vodka for the first time in her life, yet she does not have a clue as to what feelings arise in this case. But I think you do!
Woland is a fictional character in the 1937 novel The Master and Margarita by the Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. Woland is the mysterious foreigner and professor whose visit to Moscow sets the plot rolling and turns the world upside-down. Woland's name itself is a variant of the name of a demon who appears in Goethe’s Faust: the knight Voland or Faland.
To find this speakeasy you will need to come inside Mama Terras’s Veggie Corner on Machabeli Street in Freedom Square to join us at Woland’s. Keeping in the spirit of American style prohibition era spirit dens, secret bar’s entrance is hidden behind a bookshelf within. Say the password, InterNations, and your passage into the underworld filled with music, food, and fun is where we will congregate on Thursday evening for a midwinter week party. The original Georgian brick cellar and nostalgic decor has all the charm and appeal of private drinking establishment from the past. It’s an exciting space to enjoy chatting with friends while enjoying a drink.
Your Tbilisi InterNations Community Ambassadors invite you to join us at the Mama Terra’s Veggie Corner on Thursday evening, 21 February beginning at 20:00. It is located at 2 Ivane Machabeli Street. Woland’s entrance is from within this shop. Tell the shopkeeper the password, “InterNations”, to be lead to the secret entrance of Woland’s Speakeasy.
Here our globally minded members will gather to see and be seen at the best international scene in Tbilisi.
Come enjoy your welcome drink and mingle with other Expats and Tbilisians while enjoying lively music. Feel free to make use of the cash bar and menu on your own to eat, drink and be merry.