Beyoglu is a district located on the European side of Istanbul, Turkey, separated from the old city by the Golden Horn. It was known as Pera during the Middle Ages, and this name remained in common use until the early 20th century. During the 19th century Beyoglu was home to many European traders, and housed many embassies, especially along.
Even an underground railway, the Tunel, inaugurated in 1875 as the world’s second subway line (after London’s Underground) to carry the people of Pera up and down from the port of Galata and the nearby business and banking district. Today Beyoglu is enjoying a cultural and architectural revival, and is now one of the most dynamic and fashionable districts in Europe. The embassies are now consulates, and Istiklal Caddesi is a popular pedestrian mall filled with people day and night.
We don’t have any other business under the brand of Beyoglu in New York. We have two Beyoglu restaurants in New Jersey. Besides those restaurants we have fruit and vegetable wholesale business in New Jersey and New York area.