Located in the heart of the confusing alleyways of Beyoğlu is the Hazzo Pulo Passage, an area home to Greeks during the time of the Ottomans. Low tables and chairs are arranged on uneven cobblestones in front of Café Grand Boulevard. Young Istanbul natives enjoy meeting here for a relaxed cup of tea or to smoke a water pipe. The café also serves Turkish mocha. A lively discussion over a glass of çay—Turkish tea—will help you quickly forget the hustle and bustle on nearby İstiklal Avenue.