Six-Course Moroccan Dinner for Two or Four at Tajine Alami (Up to 62% Off)

Old Colorado City

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Lamb and chicken simmer in clay pots; diners lounge on cushions amid scarlet tapestries and belly dancers

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Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for the 6 course menu. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. Does not include mandatory 18% gratuity for parties of 5 or more. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for a six-course Moroccan dinner for two (up to a $64 value)
  • $49 for a six-course Moroccan dinner for four (up to a $128 value)

The six-course Moroccan feast starts with a choice of lamb lentil or vegetarian soup, followed by homemade honey-wheat bread and a mixed platter of Moroccan salad. Next, each table enjoys a phyllo-dough pastry stuffed with either chicken and spiced eggs or raisins and pears, and then each diner digs into their choice of main entree—with traditional options such as lamb tagine with lemon and olives. The feast ends with hot mint tea and baklava.

Tajine Alami

Nestled in what was once the famous turn-of-the-20th-century gentlemen’s club known as Hiawatha Gardens, Tajine Alami has replaced the fancy footwork of silver-screen legends such as Rudolph Valentino with the fluid undulations of belly dancers. Scarlet tapestries and golden curtains have transformed the historic space into a Moroccan haven where chefs and hosts Mohammed and Laila Alami welcome diners to slip off their shoes and sink their feet into thickly woven carpets.

As guests lounge on cushions, they savor the medleys of saffron, cumin, coriander, and ginger that season chicken and lamb, both slow-cooked in clay pots. The tender meats join couscous, the national dish of Morocco, during six-course feasts, which patrons are encouraged to eat with their hands instead of with a pitchfork and shovel. Servers arrive with basins of warm water to wash fingers before and after the meal, as well as orange- and rose-blossom water just before guests sip steaming cups of mint tea and munch the honeyed layers of baklava. On weekend nights, the restaurant’s belly dancers not only shimmy but also cup flames in their hands and balance curved sabers on their heads.

Customer Reviews

thank you for the great service
Jocelyn R. · November 11, 2012
Great date night. Go later so you see the belly dancers.
Lindsay R. · October 28, 2012
Great experience, very authentic setting, great food & service & great belly dancing show A++++
Christine R. · September 23, 2012

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