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There is a relaxed, laid back atmosphere when it comes to Mediterranean cuisine, but dining out for New Yorkers is all about quick and efficient service. They want to savor a meal and get going as soon as the night is over. MyCheck’s latest Merchant of the Week, Mediterranean restaurant Bodrum, combines quick service and delicious food, a treat when having a night out in NYC.
With an ambitious and unique menu, Bodrum is a breath of fresh air on the Upper West Side in NYC, infusing Turkish, Greek, Lebanese, French and Italian cuisine all into one dining experience. Where else will you find brick oven pizza served alongside kebabs? Diners can discover new flavors with every visit from across the Mediterranean.
The Mediterranean restaurant features what has been called, “one of the best thin crust pizzas in NYC.” Bodrum’s wood fire oven bakes the perfect slice and offers diners over 20 specialty pizza options.
Bodrum is actually named after a breathtaking port city on the Mediterranean’s Turquoise coast, which has become one of the biggest and hottest destinations over the past few years. Now it has become one of the hottest destinations on the Upper West Side! As one of the only Turkish restaurants in the area, families, couples, and friends can revel in a special kind of dining experience.
The laid back décor and savory food at Bodrum is what intrigues diners, but it’s their efficient service that makes the experience worthwhile. Download the mobile payment app MyCheck on your iPhone or Android and conveniently pay your bill when you’re ready to leave. After an absolutely spectacular meal, you’re going to want to unwind and breathe as soon as possible.
Check back soon for the next “Merchant of the Week.”