Originally built in 1885, this Moorish-accented structure has worked a well-worn sense of history into its newest occupant: a 250-person Arts District concert venue. Unlike the area's many stage-within-a-bar spaces, a partition separates the Moroccan's full-service bar and restaurant from the intimate performance hall. It's an astounding amount of polish for a venue so small, but it's no surprise coming from the team behind New York’s Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge, as well as Downtown's Teragram Ballroom, with which the Moroccan works closely.
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