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Cicek Pasaji, also known as Flower Passage, is a historic passageway and a covered arcade on İstiklal Avenue in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul. It is primarily visited for its many restaurants, cafes and wine houses and is also well-known for its lively nightlife. Some of its popular restaurants include Sevic Restaurant, Mahzen Restaurant, and Kimene Restaurant.
Connecting the Avenue with Sahne Street, it opened in 1876 on a site that was previously the Naum Theatre. The establishment is L-shaped and has been constructed in the beautiful Second Empire style of architecture which is famous for its European elegance. One can get meze, which is basically small plates of bite-sized food served alongside drinks, seafood, delicious kebaps, wine, beer, Turkish rakı, tasty desserts and more.
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