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Join the moustachioed throngs in Mardin's most authentic tea and coffee house...
Either retire to the expansive terrace for views, or grab an indoor table and a cold beer and wait for the live music to kick off. From Wednesday to Saturday, that's usually from 8pm to 1am.
Viticulture has been practised by Syriac Christian communities throughout the region for more than 5000 years, and up six different wines are usually available for sampling and purchase here.
Part cafe, part bookshop, and part performance space with occasional live Kurdish music. Also beer, wine, and a balcony looking out over Mardin's bustling main drag.
With bright orange walls adorned with musical instruments, this pea-sized joint is Mardin's kookiest spot. The owner is a local muso of note.
Tea garden with phenomenal views over old Mardin and the Plains of Mesopotamia.
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