Offers private tuition in Arabic.
Olive Branch Tours
This outfit offers a Grand Tour of Casablanca, which takes in the main squares in the city centre, the medina and Quartier Habous, as...
Complex Culturel Sidi Belyout
This 200-seat theatre hosts plays (usually in Arabic) and the occasional music recital or dance performance.
La Brasserie la Bavaroise
Locals and expats like to hang out in this upmarket brasserie behind the Marché Central, partly for the French cuisine, partly to see...
Lonely Planet review
Other than Aïn Diab the only real options are the clubs at the large international hotels. They're pretty predictable places with little atmosphere but they attract plenty of business people and tourists. Prostitutes work all of the clubs, men are always expected to pay for the drinks and women shouldn't expect hassle-free drinking anywhere.