7 Best Bars in Casablanca, Rabat and Casablanca

Bao Night-Club

Fodor's choice
Any night out at Bao, with its inimitable African atmosphere, is memorable. The 100 DH entry charge includes a drink—but you'll likely want more than one because this place is pretty wild until the early hours.

Le Cabestan Bar

Fodor's choice

The bar area inside Le Cabestan Ocean View restaurant heats up after dark, drawing the glitterati of the city who drink, dance, and gossip the night away as the DJ spins. Spectacular coastal views and briny air add to the unforgettable experience.

Le Wynn

Fodor's choice

Take a stool at the bar or squeeze around a table and enjoy fantastic wine along with excellent cheese and charcuterie at this chic French brasserie. This is a great place to meet local Casablancans.

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Brooklyn Bar

If you're looking for a place to drink and dance, head to Brooklyn Bar, which blends the scenes of New York City and Casablanca nightlife. There's a rooftop area, too.

‪56, bd. de la Corniche, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco

Le Chester's


Pop into this popular watering hole to have a drink at the long bar, sample tapas (or a meal if you prefer), then dance while the DJ spins. Soccer fans should note that if there’s a big game on, Chester’s will be showing it.

3, rue Abou Faraj Al Asbahani, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco

Rick's Café

Within the walls of a restored medina riad, Rick's Café evokes, of course, the romantic Casablanca from the classic 1942 Humphrey Bogart film—which wasn't actually shot here. The pianist, Issam, plays jazz nightly and also organizes jazz jams next to the bar. Service is efficient and the restaurant menu blends American, French, and local cuisines. You can dine while sitting atop a high stool at the bar or settle in at one of the intimate tables. The cocktails are perfectly crafted and there's a comprehensive wine list.


In downtown Casablanca, Vertigo offers a great mix of entertainment, from DJs to live music to quirky theater. It's a small place but pulls in a cultured crowd of all origins and ages. Drinks are reasonably priced as is the simple but appetizing menu. Entrance fees vary according to what's on.

110, rue Chaouia, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco