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Rick’s Cafe Casablanca

27 Jun

Photobucket - Video and Image HostingI really love the movie Casablanca, which is the same age as I am, or pretty close…

And now it appears, so I saw on ABC’s Foreign Correspondent tonight, that an American named Kathy Kriger has brought it to life in the city the movie celebrated. It looks great, and the Rick’s Cafe website is just a delight. She has a blog too: Salon Privé.

Welcome to my Salon Privé and please take a seat at the table. This is a dinner conversation and all the usual subjects are welcome: politics, food, music, film, design, religion, travel, drink, business, gossip, shopping…ok, even sports. So make sure your glass is topped up, and let’s start the meal…

Do yourself a favour: go there online like me or, if you are very lucky, in actuality. Looks like a great idea beautifully done.



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3 responses to “Rick’s Cafe Casablanca

  1. Kathy Kriger

    July 18, 2006 at 8:52 am

    A pleasure to offer the first comment, one of appreciation for your kind words. We had a great time taping the segment with ABC and I can’t wait to see the finished product. Look forward to seeing you in Casablanca!

    Kathy/aka “Madame Rick”

     
  2. ninglun

    July 18, 2006 at 9:16 am

    Thank you Madame Rick! 🙂

     
  3. Casablanca property

    October 16, 2007 at 1:05 am

    I also like Casablanca movie. After seeing it, I decided to visit Casablanca. I found out that modern Casablanca is just that – a throbbing, vibrant metropolis which bears much more in common with the cities of southern Europe than other African cities. Indeed, while Casablanca’s old medina is an astonishing and engaging place to walk around, it attracts far fewer tourists than those of other towns. However, tourism is becoming more and more important to Casablanca and parts of the medina are now being restored.

    NOTE: This is technically spam in that it promotes a property company, as you will see. However, it is also interesting and written by a human, so I am letting it pass. — ninglun

     
 
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