(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Between the recently launched Langos Truck and this, lovers of cheese bread are living in a golden era. A greasy, bubbling golden era.

At 174 Bleecker Street, where the Mussel Pot and then Slide came and went, a sign in the window indicates that Old Tbilisi will soon be serving “authentic Georgian cuisine,” as befits its name (a historic part of Georgia’s capital).

Cheese bread at Oda House. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Khachapuri at Oda House. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

The sign also depicts a boat of Adjarian khachapuri, the bread filled with egg and cheese that’s been described as “Georgia’s original cheeseburst” (and who can say no to that?).

Of course, we already have a very good Georgian restaurant serving very good khachapuri (it’s called Oda House, in the East Village), but you can never have enough cheese bread. Especially when a nice back garden is involved.

Old Tbilisi, 174 Bleecker, bet. Macdougal and Sullivan Sts.