The Chat Noir Green House, underneath a spectacular glass canopy that transforms this space from winter garden to sunlit patio whenever the weather permits.
Exquisite Anatolian cuisine can be savored in your preferred spots of the monument or in Imaret’s elegant green house, which undoubtedly offers the most impressive view of the town and the sparkling bay.
Linger over a café crème, enjoy a crispy salad for lunch, savour a pastry or give into the childhood pleasure of an ice cream; share a dozen canapés with your aperitif, or stop in for a champagne anytime. The pleasure of dining at Imaret at any hour, day or night.
Imaret's History Nuggets
Le Chat Noir was a nineteenth-century entertainment establishment, in the bohemian Montmartre district of Paris opened by Louis Rodolphe Sallis on 18 November 1881.
Le Chat Noir is thought to be the first modern cabaret: a nightclub where the patrons sat at tables and drank alcoholic beverages while being entertained by a variety show on stage.
Perhaps best known now by its iconic Théophile Steinlen poster art.
From 1892 to 1895 the cabaret published a weekly magazine with the same name, featuring literary writings, news from the cabaret and Montmartre, poetry, and political satire.