I don't remember its' name, but there's only one: The Underground Club
If you go to Cappadocia, the odds are that they try to get you to go to the club which is carved into the native rock. It's a neat "been there done that experience", but there are things to be aware of.
- They have a flat fee for all you can drink, but you'll be 10 years older by the time you get it. See attached picture... We asked for orange juice (as a mixer) and had waited so long that we grabbed all available oranges and started squeezing it into glasses ourselves.
- They have a traditional Turkish band. This is great, but only if you're into that type of folk music.
- They will most likely try to lure a male member of your group out onto the dance floor for an impromptu belly dance competition with a belly dance. This was actually pretty entertaining, but I'm not posting a bunch of pictures of a guy trying to belly dance.
Take a walk...
Organized Nightlife in Clubs like we are used to in western Countries will not exist here in Turkey's countryside...
But why don't you take a walk in the eveningsun or even - if you are there at the right time - Full-moon-light - it will be a very special experience in this wonderful landscape, when you may see the lights behind the windows of houses , built into the rocks...