İzmir Mask Museum
Tucked away in an old house on a street filled with bars, this little museum spread over three floors has an interesting collection of...
During İzmir’s 19th-century heyday, the kordon was lined with stately offices and fine houses. Built by a carpet merchant, this is one...
In a typical İzmir mansion with high ceilings, balconies and a courtyard garden, Aksak attracts a cultured crowd to its jazz nights on...
Tuğba – Alsancak Branch
Lonely Planet review
İzmir’s poshest soup kitchen also serves great pide, including the cheese and spinach varieties, kebaps and lahmacun (Turkish-style ‘pizza’). A blowout Turkish breakfast is ₺19.