With its tufted brown leather seats, impeccable service, mirrors galore, and a wall covered with fading photographs of Volubilis and wood-carvings of astrological creatures, Gran Café de Paris will make you feel like you're back in the 1950s with Burroughs (he wrote here), or in The Bourne Ultimatum (it was filmed here as well as on the rooftops of Tangier). This is a perfect place to watch the paseo (evening stroll) on the boulevard or the Wall of the Lazies. Have an orange juice or a Nescafé with milk (café au lait).
Pl. de France, Tangier, Morocco