• Chef's Table

Rick's Cafe, Exotic Moroccan Cuisine

Updated: Jul 16, 2019


In 2018, we are expanding our passport series! Now, themes will broaden to encompass destinations, points in history, wine varietals and/or types of spirits.


It's consensus here at Chef's Table, one of our favorite movies is Casablanca. So, why not go to Morocco for the first big Passport of the season?


First off, we welcome guests to dress the part. Any part. Your favorite from the movie or 40's chic.


Arrival is 6pm, you will be greeted with a Moroccan-spiced cocktail and hors d'oeuvres. Dinner will start around 7pm when all guests arrive. Expect a 5 course dinner with some amazing, creative pairings and surprises!


Please make your reservation ahead of time here, and if it's been a while, re-watch the movie ahead of time here (no affiliation).



The night's beverages are all based on famous quotes from the movie! Here's your sneak-peek:


“Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine…”

The Gin Joint (French 75)

lemon juice, simple syrup, gin, champagne

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"Here’s looking at you, kid."

Good Lookin' (Moroccan Mojitos)

english breakfast tea, cardamom pods, spearmint, lime, lemon juice, white rum, dark rum, rosewater

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“It’s still the same old story/ A fight for love and glory...”

Love & Glory

rum, cointreau, luxardo maraschino, lime juice, lemon twist garnish

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“Maj. Heinrich Strasser: What is your nationality?

Rick Blaine: I'm a drunkard.

Capt. Louis Renault: That makes Rick a citizen of the world.”

Citizen of the World

cinnamon tequila, pineapple nectar, lime, agave, dash of old bay

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“Round up the usual suspects”

The Usual Suspect

johnnie walker, red vermouth, lemon juice, sparkling water, lemon

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"Kiss me," says Ilsa. "Kiss me as if it were the last time."

The Last Kiss

bitters-soaked sugar cube, cognac, brut champagne


“I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship”

Turkish Coffee Service