A glam spot just outside of the city. The vibe is Moroccan and Asian (A-listers universally love sushi), and the fusion relates to the ambiance as well: 21st-century modern furniture, tents, torches, DJs, and disco.
Aperitifs on the roofdeck are a must. Looking to nosh? The Italian owners infuse a Moroccan menu with highlights from their homeland (carpaccio, pavlova, an extensive wine list).
The central square turns into a boisterous evening hang with snake charmers, storytellers, gamblers, henna artists, and local crowds. Pull up a seat at one of the open-air eateries or kiosks specializing in kebabs, spicy sausages, and sweet mint tea. Watch the grill in front of you, and get your order on a to-go plate.
A French-Moroccan lounge/club great for pre-dinner drinks or a loungey late-night with live entertainment (belly dancing, bands, people-watching).
A somewhat ridiculously over-the-top party spot in a palatial old space. People dance on tables with belly dancers holding sparklers. At any given moment you might hear live French hip-hop, Bollywood, or traditional Berber music. And yes, there may be a whirling dervish in your future.