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Fellow coffee geeks, you have found your nirvana...
Set in a beautifully atmospheric and cavernous cave, Red Rock's party scene doesn't really get going until late.
In a former stable with arched ceilings, this seductive local feels like an ancient bootlegger's secret mixing den decorated by lovers of adult contemporary...
This bar-restaurant combo is a winner. We love the terrace, strewn with fat cushions, and curling up on the couches inside...
This brightly painted, cruisy cafe rustles up a mean türk kahve (Turkish coffee) and has a roaring fire to set the scene outside in the evenings...
Subdued jazzy background music and wall displays of old vinyl dust jackets fill the interior with subtle bohemian flair, while the roof terrace is the perfect pit stop for sunny Cappadocian afternoons...
Inside a coutyard adorned with hammocks which inspire lazy hours of drinking, this is Uçhisar's most convivial place for a sun-soaked afternoon beer or a long evening on the rakı (aniseed brandy).
Often the traditional Turkish wine houses are musty affairs filled with shamefaced drinkers sitting on piles of sour grapes...
This comfy, low-key Ürgüp bar has chatty staff and a decent soundtrack and hosts live music in the evening.
Ürgüp's bright young things lounge around on the red beanbags out the front and hip-hop blasts from the stereo. It comes into its own after dark.
The downstairs cave bar is a wonderfully atmospheric setting for soulful, traditional tunes from local musicians. Don't expect to be able to have a conversation because it really is loud.
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