Bars and Cafes in Tunis

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In Tunis, bars and cafes litter the streets, making it easy for locals and tourists to enjoy a morning cup of coffee and an evening cocktail. Whether an exciting night out on the town or a quiet evening sipping an espresso is your style, there is something to suit every taste in Tunis.

El Hana International Hotel

Hidden from tourists is the bar on the rooftop of the El Hana International Hotel. With stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the city of Tunis, this bar offers simple drinks and appetizers such as wine, beer, mixed drinks and plates of cheese, bread and olives. There are no signs or advertisements of any kind for this bar, just head straight up to the roof from the ground floor of the hotel. On the main floor of the El Hana International Hotel is a typical cafe/bar which serves classic coffee beverages and a wide range of mixed drinks and wine.

La Plaza: La Marsa

A unique spot in Tunis is La Marsa. With an extensive full bar, this hot spot is decorated in funky Asian and Mediterranean handicrafts, giving it a local, authentic feel. The bar is nearly empty during the month Ramadan falls on, and is something to consider when traveling. If peace and quite is what you're seeking, a visit during Ramadan might be perfect for you. If an active nightlife is what you want, visit in spring and early summer to mingle with the crowds.

Cafe Restaurant M'Rabet

Open all day long, Cafe M'Rabet is known throughout the city for it's live music and traditional Tunisian cuisine. Cafe M'Rabet's warm, welcoming atmosphere is decorated in classic Tunisian style with large pillars and mats. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, Cafe M'Rabet is a perfect place to come in the morning to get some food to start your day or in the evening as your night is winding down.

Baraka Cafe

Offering guests traditional Algerian-Tunisian cuisine, this cafe serves as a simple local eatery during the day and by night, becomes a sophisticated high-end restaurant. Closed on Monday, the Baraka Cafe offers a variety of salads and open-faced sandwiches during the morning and lunch hours as well as a variety of drinks, including their award-winning lemonade. Also offering take-out and catering services, Baraka Cafe is perfect for travelers on the go and business travelers that need a quick, authentic meal in midst of their busy schedule.


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