The Kostaki Mansion (1917), built for a Greek banker in the Ottoman Black Sea style, briefly hosted Atatürk in 1924. One of provincial...
This small mosque dates to the 18th century.
This small Anatolian chain serves cappuccino and espresso, if you fancy a change from Turkish coffee or Nescafé. It has outside seating...
Kılıcoğlu sells an irresistible array of ice cream and pastries, all provokingly laid out behind great plate-glass windows.
Zeytinlik Caddesi 16/B · interesting places nearby
This welcoming cafe-restaurant, just south of the museum, has a cosmopolitan vibe. It's perfect for a post-museum coffee and brunch of menemen (scrambled eggs with peppers and tomatoes) or kuymak (Trabzon 'polenta'). Front tables overlook a side street and, on weekdays, you can choose a mixed plate of three or four of the seven or eight hot and cold dishes.