After being closed for twelve years, it was taken up in 2005 by a French group who also own the Bo zin in Marrakech, and who launched La Cantine du Faubourg in Dubai and Eugène Eugène in Puteaux just outside Paris.

The challenge was to revive this mythical place, to give it back the cachet and the allure it had at the beginning of the twentieth century. Today, the Grand Café de la Poste proudly overlooks / dominates the Place du 16 November and revives the authentic lively atmosphere of Marrakech.


The Interior design of the Grand Café de la Poste allows visitors to discover the eternal Moroccan style that combines the bistro spirit of the last century,

wooden chairs studded in copper, marble countertop, natural leather banquettes, huge black and white checker board floor tiles and moulded mirrors worthy of the largest brasseries.

In the evening, the chic brasserie atmosphere becomes more intimate with soft lighting, white table cloths, music with exotic Eastern accents mixed with Jazz and dinner served by candlelight …