Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Ruby Tuesday #48: "Marrakesh Express"

"Marrakesh Cafe"
Raleigh, NC - February 2009 (Click to embiggen)

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I've never been to Marrakesh, and to be honest, as of this writing I've never been to the Marrakesh Cafe either. But since it'll be several months before you read this, maybe I'll have a chance to remedy that between now and then. I'll keep you posted.Violence UnSilenced
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Annie said...

Cool exterior but is that graffiti I see????

~Just me again~ said...

Very cute, I love it. Shame about the grafitti.

Ralph said...

I haven't been to Morocco either. But a place with strong tasting coffee with style, this is a fine substitute!

Dora said...

Wonder what "rubies" are served in this cafe? ;)

napaboaniya said...

So ever since you scheduled this post till present, have you visited that cafe?
The red surroundings gives out a London feel about it somehow :)
Marrakesh...whatever language is that?

luna miranda said...

i thought it's a London telephone booth (hehe).

Robin said...

Fun looking facade, but I wonder why Marrakesh. It couldn't look less Moroccan if it tried.

Martha in PA said...

Great RT photo!
(Now I hope I don't have the song in my head ALL day!)
My Ruby Tuesday

Hootin' Anni said...

To me, it looks so very cultural!! Love the reds.

My Ruby Tuesday is posted...scroll down below my CATS post. Hope to see that you came for a visit today if you found some time.

Happy day to you.

Vita Stunder said...

If I haven't KNOWN this was shot in the US, I could bet it was taken in London.


Daryl said...

And I bet the food is good too

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Marrakesh Café,
with your crimson entryway
you’re so inviting!

My Ruby Tuesday

moorebloglife said...

I like the building as well the brick and the front face do as Elaine said that London feel but what a shame that graffiti had to ruin it!that part reminds me of L.A. So have you tried it since posting?


Kim said...

A place I could wander into. Intriguing. The graffiti gives it a cool urban look.

Dianne said...

charming place
I love brick buildings
and the entrance seems roomy and interesting, even the graffiti is neat
and of course you always catch great shadows!!