Next up on our world brunch tour: Marrakech. Perched above the fragrant streets of the old city center sits a rooftop bar and restaurant that has an iconic, old-school Colonial vibe a la Casablanca. Make your way through the first floor filled with ornate lanterns and hand-carved woods up to the bright brasserie and the covered rooftop bar. Here, you’ll find the perfect perch for a bucket list worthy brunch with a view, a spread and a whole lot of atmosphere.
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A Different View of Marrakech
Plants dangle from the ceiling and views sweep the cityscape at Le Salama’s Colonial-clad rooftop Skybar, where brunch offers a different view of Marrakech than you’ll get roaming the colorful streets and markets. Leather banquettes, bistro tables and comfy lounges look out the big-windowed walls overlooking medina and out to the Atlas Mountains. As that gorgeous daytime glow pokes through, you’ll be busy sipping a bottle of bubbly. Oh, and if you have this thing with floors, be prepared for tile envy.
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A Mid-Day Moroccan Feast
A traditional big, Moroccan spread has your name all over it at this spot. Start with a few savory pastries and make your way through tagines, couscous and lots of slow-cooked meats. And if all that delicious food takes you a while to get through, you might find yourself lucky enough to catch the grand piano player on the keys. How’s that for a perfect ending to a bucket list worthy brunch!
Photography: Natalie Maisie Ivy Hale | Melissa Male | Gianluca Bruno
A Chill Spot in Medina
Located just next to renowned Jemaa El Fna Square, Le Salama offers a comfortable respite away from the busy streets. After a morning of shopping the textiles and handmade crafts at the souks, pop up to the Skybar for your long brunch break and head back to the square to watch the afternoon come alive with fortune tellers, snake charmers, medicine men and a whole cast of characters that’ll have this bucket list brunch trip feeling legendary.
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