~ Khachapuri & Stuffed Breads ~

Imeruli Khachapuri


Sulguni Cheese Stuffed Flatbread 

Acharuli Khachapuri


Open-Faced Bread Boat, Cheese, Butter, Easy Egg* 

Spinach & Herb Khachapuri


Spinach, Fresh Herbs, Cheese 



Minced Beef & Pork, Onion, Blue Fenugreek, Hot Red Pepper



Slow-Cooked Beans, Smoke, Pepper 

~ Khinkali Dumplings ~

Beef & Pork (3)


Meat, Broth, Coriander, Caraway

Mushroom (3)


Cremini, Herbs, Onion, Garlic 

~ Seasonal Special ~

Potato & Smoked Sulguni


Apples, Toasted Walnuts, Sumac 

~ Seasonal Sides ~

Vegetable & Walnut Pâté


CHOOSE: Spinach, Beet or Roasted Carrot or Sampler Trio

Vegetables, Walnuts, Garlic, Blue Fenugreek   (without flatbread)

Mixed Greens (Side or Large)

$6/ $9

Pears, Georgian Sheep's Cheese, Honeyed Walnuts, Pomegranates, Georgian Wine Vinaigrette  

Fermented Veggies


Georgian Jonjoli & Other Rotating Selections  



Eggplant, Walnuts, Garlic, Pomegranate  

~ Traditional Condiments ~

Red Adjika Paste


Salty And Intense. A Little Goes A Long Way!  

Fresh Green Adjika


Hot Green Peppers, Herbs, Garlic  

~ Cool Dips ~

Yogurt & Mint


Sour Cream


~ Drinks ~

Georgian Mineral Waters


Zandukeli Bottled Sodas


Canned Georgian Sodas


Local Beer & Cider


Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite


= Vegan / = Vegetarian / = Gluten Free

*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

~ Weekday Lunch Special ~

Wednesday through Friday

11 AM to 3 PM$15

Create your own lunch plate by choosing:

  1. A full order of any Khinkali (Beef & Pork, Mushroom or Potato) or Khachapuri (Imeruli, Spinach or Lobiani)
  2. Seasonal Side
  3. Sauce
  4. Non-Alcoholic Drink


~ White ~

Teliani Valley Tsinandali


A blend of two popular Georgian grapes with floral aromas, hints of apples & apricots and a dry, crisp finish. Bottle Here - $25 / Bottle To Go - $15

~ Amber/Orange ~

Dila-o 2016 Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane 


Light amber color, bright acidity and soft tannins. A perfect introduction to this style. Bottle Here - $32 / Bottle To Go - $22

Pheasant's Tears 2015 Kisi 


Aromatic, full-bodied and rustic. Bright amber in color, with flavors of mango & melon and a long finish. Organic and unfiltered. Bottle Here - $39 / Bottle To Go - $29

~ Rosé ~

Dahlia 2016 Saperavi Rosé


Crisp, with a long finish. Aromas of fresh citrus fruits and strawberries. Bottle Here - $26 / Bottle To Go - $16

~ Red ~

Dila-o 2017 Saperavi 


Made in qvevri, natural and unfiltered. Medium-bodied with firm tannins and aromas of fresh sour cherries & berries. Bottle Here - $32 / Bottle To Go - $22

Schuchmann 2017 Pirosmani


Semi-sweet, juicy & fruit forward. An easy-drinking wine made from 100% Saperavi. Bottle Here - $30 / Bottle To Go - $20

 = Made in Qvevri

*Selection and pricing subject to change.

All bottles are available to go or to enjoy in the restaurant.

~ White ~

Teliani Valley 2016 Tsinandali

Vinoterra 2016 Mtsvane 

Wine Thieves 2016 Tsitska-Tsolikouri 

Pheasant's Tears 2016 Tsitska 

Iberieli 2016 Chkaveri 

~ Amber/Orange ~

Dila-o 2016 Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane 

Orgo 2017 Rkatsiteli 

Shalauri 2016 Kisi-Khikvi 

Naotari 2016 Rkatsiteli-Kisi-Khikvi 

Baia's Wine 2017 Krakhuna Blend

Pheasant's Tears 2016 Kakhuri Mtsvivani 

Pheasant's Tears 2015 Kisi 

Pheasant's Tears 2016 Kisi 

Dasabami 2015 Mtsvane 

Dasabami 2014 Rkatsiteli 

Our Wine 2015 Rkatsiteli (Tsarapi) 

Our Wine 2015 Rkatsiteli Blend (Akhoebi) 

Mosmieri 2017 Kakhuri

~ Rosé & Sparkling ~

Schuchmann 2016 Dahlia Saperavi Rosé

Pheasant's Tears 2015 Tavkveri Rosé 

Marani Saperavi Rosé


Marani Sparkling Rosé Brut

Marani Sparkling White Brut

Orgo 2015 Sparkling Mtsvane Brut 

~ Red ~

Dila-o 2017 Saperavi 

Schuchmann 2017 Pirosmani

Naotari 2015 Saperavi 

Gvantsa's Wine 2017 Otskhanuri Sapere 

Gvantsa's Wine 2017 Ojaleshi 

Teliani Valley 2017 Saperavi

Vita Vinea 2017 Saperavi 

Tsikhelishvili 2016 Jgia 

Pheasant's Tears 2008 Saperavi 

Pheasant's Tears 2016 Tavkveri 

Tanini 2015 Saperavi 

Tanini 2016 Saperavi 

Matiashvili's Garnet 

Mosmieri 2017 Saperavi

Alapiani Shavkapito 

Kondoli 2016 Saperavi

 = Made in Qvevri

*Selection subject to change. Please call, email or stop by for more information about any of our Georgian wines.

~ 8,000 Years in Every Bottle ~

Georgia is widely regarded as "the birthplace of wine," with winemaking traditions that date back more than 8,000 years. We are proud to work with some of Georgia's best winemakers and importers to bring you an extensive selection of unique wines.

Many of the wines we carry are made in qvevris, large handmade clay vessels buried underground. It is common for wines made in this way for the juice, skins, seeds and stems all to ferment together before the juice is separated. The resulting wines have complex flavors and aromas not found in wines made from other methods.

For more information about Georgian winemaking, please visit our friends at the following links:

Wines Georgia

Our Blood Is Wine - a documentary film


Wednesday - Sunday11:00 am - 9:00 pm

3039 NE Alberta StPortland, OR 97211(503) 764-9552


Wine Wednesdays

Learn about and sample a variety of Georgian wines at these upcoming informal tastings. Drop in between 5 and 7 PM. All events are $12.

Feb 20 – Pheasant’s Tears Winery
Did you know we have 20 different varieties of Pheasant’s Tears wines in our inventory? We won’t open all of them, but we’ll get a good start!

Mar 6 – The “Other” Reds
There’s a lot more to Georgian red wines than Saperavi…

Mar 20 – Orange is the New/Old White
Orange/amber wines are trendy now, but Georgians have been making them for over 8,000 years!

Discover Georgia Tour
October 2019

On sale now! Join us and our friends at Forktown Food Tours next fall for an exciting culinary experience like no other. Experience firsthand the genuine hospitality, incredible food & wine and magical landscapes that inspired Kargi Gogo.

We’ll eat and drink our way around the country, learning to cook in village homes, tasting wine in the vineyards, enjoying Georgia’s legendary “supra” feasts and so much more. See the itinerary and make reservations now at!


Kargi Gogo was born in the homes, restaurants and vineyards of the Republic of Georgia, where we — Sean Fredericks and McKinze Cook — served as US Peace Corps volunteers from 2010 to 2012. We spent countless hours in kitchens and around dinner tables, falling in love with the ingredients, techniques and recipes that make up Georgia’s unique culinary traditions.

Returning home, we opened the country’s first and only Georgian food cart in 2013 in downtown Portland, Oregon. Kargi Gogo soon earned a loyal following and drew the attention of USA Today, The Associated Press, Serious Eats, Plate Magazine, The Cooking Channel and Georgian national television.

Today, Kargi Gogo is an intimate, casual counter-service restaurant in Portland’s Alberta Arts District. Our menu focuses on some of the traditional Georgian foods that we love, as well as new interpretations of those dishes. We offer an entirely Georgian wine selection, including wines by the glass and bottles for you to enjoy at home. We extend to you the same legendary hospitality that makes Georgia such a special place.

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