Morocco was the setting for the famous film Casablanca, a romance notable for depicting the largest bowl of hummus ever eaten by Peter Lorre. Dine on Mediterranean fare in full color with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a three-course dinner for two at Marrakech Moroccan Café & Grill (up to a $41.77 value, including 7.125% sales tax). Drinks and gratuity are not included. The three-course dinner for two includes:
- Fresh bread and two bowls of harira soup (an $11 value)
- Two carrot salads (a $7 value)
- Two cooked salads, fresh bread, and choice of two tagines: lemon chicken tagine, beef tagine, or veggie couscous (up to a $21 value)
Marrakech Moroccan Café & Grill transports its guests o n a culinary and sensory journey to the Kingdom of Marrakech, where Moroccan cuisine comingled with Berber, French, and Mediterranean influences to forge its flavorful identity stamped in slow-cooked stews and fresh-baked breads. The first course warms up dining duos with fresh bread and two bowls of harira soup, a tomato-and-beef-base simmering with chickpeas, lentils, and onions. Next, a chopped carrot salad combined with orange works the offseason from its gig as snowperson rhinoplastic appendage. For the entree, Marrakech's servers deliver each diner a cooked salad, fresh bread, and choice of tagine, the traditional earthenware pot that slowly stews and serves up vegetables and spices with a choice of lemon chicken, beef, or veggie couscous.
Marrakech Moroccan Café & Grill's bright ambiance, fabricked walls, and flowing drapes envelop guests in North African décor, which in the warmer months extends onto its outdoor patio, tucked away from the world with its cozy plants, vibrant mural, and cutthroat carpet souks.