Originally established as a bar in 1955, Casablanca has long been a gathering spot for locals, particularly Harvard students and the neighborhood’s literary set. The restaurant, named after the classic Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart film, is famous for the David Omar White mural that lines the dining room and depicts some of the film’s most well-known scenes. Created by chef Camilo Diaz, the menu includes traditional Mediterranean tapas and entrées, such as house-smoked chicken with ricotta dumplings and a Turkish meze plate that includes muhammara (hot pepper dip), tahini white bean puree, and eggplant salad.
Before your meal, catch a movie at the adjacent Brattle Theatre, which shows classic and independent films.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Bar Dining
- Full Bar
- Handicapped Accessible
- Late-Night Dining
- Take-Out Available