Hospitality, value, and variety alone would make Istanbul worthwhile. From a wide range of mezes to tease the tongue, to ample entrees of Oriental delights, each presentation and welcome is both glorious and sublime.
Decorated with the subtle splendor of an intimate Levantine cafe, there is seating for large families as well as intimate nooks to take your tea. Occasional performances by ethnic bands and dancers may be seen. The large room in the rear is likewise decorated with a Moorish theme, right down to the wall seating. Several of my friends have had their wedding receptions there, as well as other themed events.
Great authentic Mexican cuisine.
Ah, now THAT sounds like the Chief's I knew and loved/hated back in the day. On another review site, Chief's is listed as a coffee & tea cafe where hospital staff hang out...I almost cried!
I didn't go to Chief's for the drinks or decor (nor to sample from the ever-present jar of pickled, hard-boiled eggs). I went to sample the people! The most eclectic group of strong personalities I've ever known to be in one room could be found stuffed in and around the booths at Chief's. No matter what it was a person was in to, be it business or art, if they were hanging out at Chief's, you can bet your bippy they were considered "fringe" in at least one aspect of their life.
I loved it, I feared it, and I'm d*mn glad I experienced it.
Great place for happy hour if you smoke. Good deals
and nice help. They also have decent food and upstairs
is non smoking.
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