Otlukbeli Cad., Bebeköy
Sok No: 4, Etiler
Local, organic ingredients and jazz are served on a brick-framed “porch” and a sloping Gatsby-ish lawn, dotted with lantern-hung trees and a panoramic view over the city.
Caddesi No: 136, Beyoğlu
Museum, gallery, and exhibition space Salt doesn’t just archive art and design; it makes them. Look for films, lectures, and eclectic interiors by young designers, as well as cafes, bookstores, and even a rooftop garden by Fritz Haeg.
Serdar-I Ekrem Sokak,
No: 24, Galata–Beyoğlu
This one-year-old hotel features a popular bar where expats and locals gather. Rooms are decked out with sleek marble bathrooms, modern furniture, and lighting that’s been handcrafted by Turkish woodworkers and metalsmiths.
No: 65, Nuruosmaniye
This luxury emporium keeps traditional Turkish craft alive by commissioning modern jewelry, textiles, food, housewares, and fashion from regional artisans who work with local materials and age-old techniques.
No: 12A, Beyoğlu
A booming local art scene prompted Turkish American (and former White Cube staffer) Suzanne Egeran to cofound Galeri Manâ in 2011. Now she has gone solo with an eponymous space. Look for its distinctive undulating glass facade.