Our hotel owner in Goreme recommended checking out one of the popular 'Turkish Nights' while we where there. After looking into it we decided it would be a really cool experience so we headed off to Yemeni Restaurant to see what this thing was all about. It was located in a big cave room with a big opening in the middle for the show and little side booths for people to sit around. The place was packed, we were seated at a big table with 3 older Turkish couples who, unfortunately, spoke very little to no English at all, but that didn't stop us from trying to communicate and we ended up having a great time with them.
The 'Turkish Night' is basically a big party with lots of food, drinks and dancing. The dancers put on a few traditional Turkish dances, including a wedding dance where people from the audience got to join in (yes, Julia and I jumped right in) and ended up doing a Turkish version 'train dance' that started in the room and ended outside in the cold. There was also a belly dancer and a few other awesome dances by the guys. It was a great night and quite an experience. We would recommend checking one out if you have a chance, they have them in most cities in Turkey, including Istanbul.