New York – Apr 30 2008

Turkish Night - Special Edition II

No door fee if you RSVP online

3 Turkish DJs (Mike Rich, Palamuth and Tossun) from Flying Kilim Entertainment!

Turkish Hosts will include i.e:

* Sarar US Team,, an upscale Turkish Clothing manufacturer for both gents & ladies. Check out the new store at Madison Avenue close to Grand Central – meet the team at Azza and find out more!

* Tarkan Bastiyali, Midtown Loft & Terrace,

* Sinem “Saniye” Varoglu *
Singer & Songwriter!

* Ahmet “Matt” Bodur *
Actor & Entrepreneur
B.E.S.T (Bodur Entertainment SysTems)

* Nafiz Albayrak, Correspondent, Dogan News Agency

** Live performance by SERKAN CIVELEK (Singer & Songwriter)
** Belly Dance Show & Free Class by DELARAH
** Turkish Music by DJs from
Belly Dance Contest judged by Delarah & Our Turkish hosts. A gift certificate by Sarar for the winner & an extra suprise gift by EuroCircle!

RAFFLE by Sarar! A shirt & tie for gentlemen !
Check their table to learn more about Sarar and for some gift pens and pocket look books.

Complimentary appetizers from 7 pm to 8 pm
Cocktail Specials before 8 pm
Arrak $5
Beers $4
Glass Wine $6
London Casa: Tanqueray Gin, Blackberry Liquor, Lemon mint, Sour $7
Marokita: Cuervo Gold, Cointreau, Anisette, Honey, Sour, Orange Juice. $7
Liquor Bottles (V2, Absolut, Cuervo, Captain) $150
Champagne Bottles (Perrier Jouet Gd brut) $90

Book a table for discounted bottle prices and to be able to order MEZZE PLATTERS:
TABLE RESERVATIONS: 212-755-7055, mention EuroCircle party on Wed, April 30.
Mezze Platter: ( serves 10) $90
Mezze platter small (serves 4) $40

Full Dinner menu is available only in the upstairs restaurant – and you would miss the main fun downstairs.

Hookah pipes are $25

Read more about TURKEY here!

Turkish Raki is the most popular drink for Turkish Men. When one thinks of Turkey or Turks, one is reminded of Raki, the traditional Turkish drink. Raki can be made from different fruits in different regions, but raisin is the most common. The drink made in Anatolia and known as Turkish raki has a history going back 300 years. The art of distillation which started in the Arab world and spread to the neighboring countries was implemented when people thought of making use of the sugar in the residue of wine processing. With the addition of aniseed, raki took on its Turkish characteristic.

Hookah traditions in Turkey

Hookah smoking by a coffee shop in Diyarbakýr, 1909.In Turkey, hookah is smoked on a social basis, usually in one’s home with guests or in a cafe with friends. Most cities have hookah cafes where hookah is offered with a non-alcoholic drink (mainly tea). This is mostly for health reasons rather than cultural reasons. Often people will smoke hookah after dinner as a replacement for cigarettes. In bigger cities such as Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, and Adana, restaurants may have dinner & hookah specials which include meal, beverage (alcoholic/non-alcoholic), Turkish coffee, and hookah.

Once the centre of Istanbul’s social and political life, the hookah is considered one of life’s great pleasures by the locals today. In certain parts of the country, people use hookah cafes to watch popular TV shows, national sports games, etc. and smoke hookah to socialize.

Location: Azza
Address: 137 East 55th Street New York NY