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Moroccan Nights | A night of feast and entertainment

Moroccan Nights | A night of feast and entertainment

Date(s) - 05/08/2022
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Elsie Rooftop


110-200 USD
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Moroccan nights | A night of feast of entertainment

About this event

Indulge yourself of fine entertainment and Moroccan cuisine with high energy belly dance performances, singing and vibe dining while overlooking New York City skyline.

$110 | TABLE FOR TWO | One Shared Appetizer | Two Entrees |



Sundried Tomato Hummus | Pita

Flatbread | Onion, Sundried Tomato, Feta

Skewers | Tandoori Spiced Chicken

Couscous Salad | Tomato, Onion, Parsley, Feta, Lemon Oil


Kefta Kebab | Angus Beef, Herb Couscous

Smoked Paprika Fish Kebab | Salmon, Herb Couscous

Tadig Rice| Oyster Mushroom, Red Wine Reduction, Saffron Jasmine Rice


One Pot of Tea to Share (One Pot for Every Two People)

Assam Black Tea | Jasmine Petal Tea

Mint Verbena Tea | Herbal Chamomile Tea

Tamayokucha Green Tea | Earl Grey Tea

**Spike your tea pot with your favorite spirit for an additional $20



Elsie Rooftop

Elsie de Wolfe is hailed as the first female interior designer, known for replacing dark and ornate Victorian decor with a lighter, simpler, more feminine style, as well as authoring of the influential book, The House in Good Taste. Also known as Lady Mendle, De Wolfe was a prominent social figure in both New York and Paris, entertaining in the most distinguished circles.

25th Floor of 1412 Broadway.

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