(Drive around town at 3am, on the other hand, and you will have your pick of eating establishments that are open for business.)
ANYWAY. We found Ramadan in Turkey to be quite charming. We had no problem acquiring food when we needed it, and we experienced no social repercussions or even a single stink-eye when we had the audacity to eat in public. It turns out that there are a lot of Muslims in Turkey who don't observe Ramadan, and they were in line at McDonald's during the day with the rest of us heathens.
The best part about Ramadan in Turkey was spending every evening in Sultanahmet Park, watching the crowds of picnickers stream in and claim any available spot of grass for their iftar meal.
One of the nights we were there, I was standing with the girls near some Ramadan picnickers. When iftar hit, they saw that I didn't have any food to eat (even though I obviously hadn't been fasting) and handed over some of their own, in such a manner that I knew I couldn't refuse.
Like I said, charming.