rick's cafe

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Rick's Cafe, in Casablanca, is a recreation of the piano bar/restaurant in the famous movie named after the city. I anticipated a tourist trap, thinking it was one of those places to cross off the list - as if missing this in Casablanca would be like skipping the Pyramids while visiting Cairo. It was far from it and we couldn't have been more pleased with everything. Unfortunately for us, the pianist who usually plays "As Time Goes By" wasn't around. After lunch, we went up to the bar (which we inexplicably had to ourselves) where we watched part of the movie and had dessert. It was the first place we headed after arriving at our hotel and a perfect start to the day in Casablanca.


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13 comments

  1. So funny, I just did a SAS presentation last night and when I got to the Casablanca part, everyone wanted to know if I went to Rick's! (I didn't.)

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  2. Wonderful...I didn't know about this place when I went there...shame...but I had the mist (like in the movie)!
    Michi

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  3. A few weekends ago I saw the film for the first time and I'm in love with it!

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  6. Oh my! That chocolate ice cream!

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  7. Very cool...I would have gone there too!

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  8. Wow! What a fancy place. And the dessert looks really good too.

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  9. They did a fantastic job keeping the magic.

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  10. Wow, that looks amazing! I would love to go there; Casablanca is one of my favourite movies and I'm glad to know it didn't feel like a tourist trap...

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  11. What FUN, and I'm loving that they play "Clasablanca!" Such lovely details and yummy food too! :)

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  12. I love these pics, especially the one of you! I had to visit Ricks myself while I was there too. :)

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  13. These photos are killer!

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