TRIP Rick’s Café is a restaurant and bar inspired by the classic 1942 film Casablanca. Rick’s offers visitors a wide range of Moroccan dishes and classic cocktails within a classy 1940s-themed environment.
TAP Since opening in March 2004, the goal of Rick’s Café has always been to continue the legend of Rick’s Café Américain, the restaurant featured throughout the film Casablanca. Although not an exact replica, Rick’s Café does an excellent job of recreating the atmosphere of the film and the era in which it was set. As none of the film Casablanca was actually filmed in the city – filming took place entirely at Warner Bros. Studios in California – Rick’s Café offers visitors to the city the best way to relive the classic film while visiting the city of the same name.
Classic Moroccan design and decor fill the two story venue, while the friendly waitstaff, dressed in era-accurate uniforms (fez and all!), are ready to make your visit a memorable experience. The classy bar at the end of the main dining room serves a wide range of beers and cocktails, we recommend the delicious house cocktail – the Sour Jdid. Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world we highly recommend Rick’s Café, an excellent experience when visiting the city of Casablanca.
GO Rick’s Café is a twenty minute walk from the Hassan II Mosque. If you choose to walk, we recommend taking the more picturesque route found via Boulevard Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah. Rick’s Café is open for lunch and dinner. If visiting during the dinner session, consider making a reservation. Visit the restaurant’s official website for menus and other useful information.