Our Morocco Bucket List
Here are our bucket list ideas, send us yours!
Where to Eat/ Drink
As Locals, Expats and most importantly Foodies, we're always looking for the best places to go have brunch, hunt for that new diner with a twist or that speak-easy bar downtown. And If you want to impress your friends back home why not spend the day learning the secrets of Moroccan cuisine?
One of the most important facts you need to know is that to truly experience authentic Moroccan cuisine, you will need to go to a Moroccan home. Moroccans don't necessarily eat out and so, we've selected few home experiences (on request) for you in Marrakech and beyond to discover how Moroccan and Berber families live and what they eat etc. However, this doesn't mean that all restaurants are bad, but it's not as good as it should be. We still have few unique favorite finds that we think you would truly enjoy. Top picks: For food adventurers, we'll recommend The Jamaa El Fna square (after sunset), have a camel burger at Cafe Clock, La Famille - great local vegan options.
We've been getting so many questions from our foreign friends asking about the alcohol culture in Morocco, well.. You'll be surprised! Yes, you can drink, purchase and even bring alcohol to Morocco with you (with limits). Most hotels, licensed restaurants, bars, alcohol shops and supermarkets serve alcohol in big cities. We did our share of going out in Marrakech and so we've selected a few places that offer a little bit more than just a drink. Our top 5 picks: Kabana (boho rooftop bar in the Medina - great cocktails), Dar Soukkar (great for those who want to have few drinks and watch professional belly dancers), Epicurien (great live music - after midnight), Bo Zin (great tapas, awesome DJs & beautiful setting), Bar 68 (if you're a wine fanatic, this cosy small bar is for you! large selection of Moroccan and French wines to choose from).