"When you attend Marrakesh your time is not your own. The meal unfurls at its own placid pace and you have to wait until the belly dancer finishes her gyrations for your desert... but if you are in the right leisurely mood, a good escapist time can be had in Marrakesh. It's the coolest oasis you could wish to find in the middle of a Washington heat wave. Feast your eyes on the bright hand-painted arabesques that interlace the walls and the stencils overhead. Take a group when you need to hold your accords and Marrakesh will happily help you celebrate...."
"The culinary counterpart of the Greatest Show on Earth promises a long and sumptuous evening. Entering Marrakesh is like arriving in Oz. We were easily assimilated as we sank onto our low sofas and velvety embroidered pillows around an engraved brass table. Then a "ching!" of finger cymbals heralds the entrance of the belly dancer. The unhurried attentive service plus the cozy atmosphere will leave you sharing secrets and sentimental stories, as well as more than a few laughs...."
"Using the door knocker to herald your arrival, you will enter a world of gastronomical Moroccan indulgence while being transported into the exotic surroundings of large low banquettes and brass tables. One note of advice: pace yourself, because there are seven courses...."
617 New York Ave NW
Washington, D.C., 20001 U.S.A.