Mazagan is now called Caspi and is marvelous! It is Turkish/Azerbaijan and the chef's offerings are delicious and beautifully presented. The service is friendly and professional. I highly recommend Caspi. More...
Love the chicken bastilla. The rest of the food is good. I'm going to go back. I used to go to taste of Morocco until it closed, then other morracan places didn't do a chicken bastilla, so I was very disappointed. Look forward to my next bastilla!
Favorite hookah bar in the entire DMV area. Prices are super reasonable, they have a wide variety of drink options, including foreign beers that you cant find anywhere else. The employees are very nice, attentive and will accommodate your needs in the most professional manner More...
Friendly staff and hookah is great!
Live band was great and food was delicious overall I️ really enjoyed myself there
Nice and clean. It gets a little bit loud when there is a live performance but good live performances and also belly dancing too.
Love this place! The food, the people, the music, drinks. One of my favorite spot. I recommend it 100%
Food was over priced but decent. Good hookah and good environment. Didnt like how they didnt have some if the food on the menu.
Great food .... i will come back again
Such authentic food great atmosphere very sheik
The restaurant had a nice, relaxing atmosphere. The food was very good. The service was very good too. Our server was attentive and professional.
Great place for food and drinks
The food was amazing and so worth the price!
Love the place great hoka , good customer service
Great service and decent food. I expected the chicken pastilla to have more flavor, it lacked something. The veggie tagine wasn't bad but is way overpriced
Amazing restaurant and lounge! Great food, drinks, and a relaxed atmosphere. Love that they have live music on the weekends!
Amazing food, great cocktails and hookah too ! What more can you possibly want !
Authentic Moroccan food with fine service in a very nice setting. The tagines tasted exactly as they did when I traveled through Morocco earlier this year and the mint tea is not to be missed. The least authentic thing about Mazagan is the price - it will run you about $25 to $30 per person for a meal. The location and atmosphere are excellent, however, and the parking is plenty in the lot behind the restaurant. Definitely worth a visit if you are looking for a slightly upscale dining experience. More...
For huka smokers! Great place to smoke and chill.
Love this place , good food , very good service, good hooka flavor , had a great time
Great food drinks and music
Great ambience and food!
Nice Morocco restaurant and good cafe
Good authentic Moroccan cooking in a nice setting. Sometimes inconsistent in the dishes but they are happy to make things right.
This is our favorite restaurant in the neighborhood. The food is always fantastic. The beef tajine is my favorite item, kefta kabob is also a go-to item. Heck, even their burgers are delicious! To be fair, I don't think we have ever had something we didn't enjoy. I used to thoroughly love the calamari but last time we went they had switched up the recipe to something that's not breaded very much and we were not huge fans.They also have a really great cocktail menu. My wife really enjoys the hookah lounge, though I don't partake.The service is top notch. We know the owner and manager and they are both extremely friendly. More...
Great authentic Moroccan restaurant.
Excellent service. Impecable look and feel. Extremely clean. The best Moroccan food in the area.
I've been to Moroccan restaurants in Tokyo, Dubai, Muscat, Orlando, and D.C. So far MAZAGAN is the best!Ki7ammar lwjah m3a dyaf :)Amine & Cali were the stars of the night!
I enjoyed my favorite dish (Moroccan couscous )The food so delicious, my best restaurant
Lovely place , that serves tasty food, good Hooka and nice made drinks. Very comfortable towards the back of the restaurant. It has a classy look and nice lighting. Very friendly and welcoming. Not too pricey just acceptable. More...
Went here for dinner and the atmosphere, food and wait staff were all very good. The food came out quickly and was perfectly cooked.
Great place! Awesome food and good service!There is a jazz band playing every Sat - very intimate and relaxing!
Amazing restaurant in Arlington !!! Cocktails , food , service, live music and the crowd... couldn’t be better ! Love it ! My favorite ♥️
We went there on Saturday, Feb 17. I was very impressed. The food and service were amazing. The atmosphere was great and the decor was very chic and clean. I loved the idea of having the Hookah lounge separated from the the dining area by glass. Next time you go ask for Reda (General Manager). He is a great guy and will make sure you have a fabulous experience like we did. More...
Great food great Atmosphere nice people
Good Moroccan food
Second time there and the food is amazing!!! Had the couscous with lamb (it was to die for!!) and the staff were very friendly. Afterwords had the lemon mint sheesha (hookah) and Morrican tea. More...
Nice decor, good food. We'd eat there more often if there were more appealing variety for my vegetarian wife. As it is, my daughter and I go there occasionally when my wife has to be off at a book club gathering or another meeting.
Tasty lamb and salads at fair prices.
Great recipes and appetizers paired with good atmosphere and friendly staff. If you like middle eastern food then you should try this place.
Professional service, unique kitchen, great drinks
Great live entertainment on Friday nights!
Best moroccan food I at a restaurant in the US. Def must try.
Great atmosphere, and most importantly great authentic Moroccan cuisine! We had kabobs and tagine--they were yummy (ladeed)! Thank you!
Great food! Hooka and live music on Friday and Saturday that takes you to a place distant from its little corner in Arlington are all the reasons this place is worth your time!
Moroccans are the best.
Great food, service and ambiance. Highly recommend it
The food was delicious and the belly dancer knew how to dance :)
Food is decent, but service is awful.
The food was delicious. Make sure to try the mint tea. They serve halal meat.
Didn't know anything about Marcel's except that jacket is required for men. Tasting menu (variety of well executed small plates) and staff combine to make a personalized menu offering. Lobster bisque en croute was excellent (thinner than expected, with a full panorama of rich flavor) as was the dark chocolate souffle with creme anglaise. Yum! Sophisticated setting with warm staff. More...
Great Moroccan food and great service. The general manager and chef really know how to lead a restaurant.
Incredibly good Moroccan food
traditional Moroccan food but little bit expensive 157$ for tow
Very nice stuff and tasty food with good price
Amazing. Great food. Great ambiance. Try the Greek Dressing! And the Blue Blazer! You won't be sorry.
This is my favorite restaurant on the Pike - the food and cocktails are all very good! My girlfriend is a vegetarian and always finds things to eat. The tagines and bastillas are my favorite. I'm not a fan of Hookah and the rooms are separated so that I don't even notice it. The ambiance is great, too! highly recommend. More...
Delicious food and friendly staff.
One of the best Moroccan restaurants in the USA!! Keep up the good work people ;) Came for my birthday yesterday. It was amazing!
Yannie F. Santiago
Great live music, great atmosphere. I would definitely come here again. Everybody was so friendly.
Very tasty food! Great service, supercute waitresses.
it was such a great experience, nice food, nice ambiance, its real Moroccan food.
The food is delicious and very flavorful. Their use of spice is on point. I especially recommend the harira soup and the kefta and egg tagine. We really enjoyed their food, and beyond that we found the service kind and accommodating. They even switched the tv settings for us so we could better watch a game. I can't wait to come back. More...
excellent place to enjoy and have great drinks and hookah
Clevel Reyes Mulvihill
Buen ambiente, buena comida, buena muaica, super higiénico y muyyyy buen servicios, me encanto!!
Great Moroccan food and entertainment.
Great place....good hokaah...food is nice too...but very $$$$?
I had a wonderful experience here! I had a party of 10 for my birthday, and everyone including myself had a great time.I had a reservation for a large party and that wasn't a problem at all. My husband and I arrived a little earlier than our reservation so we could eat, and the food was amazing! The staff was friendly and professional, they even treated my party to some champagne!! I definitely recommend Mazagan!!! More...
Thank you for coming to Columbia Pike. The decor is very nice, done by the owner with his own hands. The staff, very professional, nice, interesting. The food is authentic and delicious. The most refined restaurant around. AND, the bar staff, magical. Having been there with a non drinker, his drink was created with as much thought as mine. Beautiful! More...
This is a great place to check out. Excellent service, food was great and the lounge music was awesome.
Great food and service.
The food was great. I had the beef and it was really tender! Every one in my party loved their food. I'd suggest more menus, we didn't have enough for our party and so that delayed or ordering. I must say the appetizers took a bit too long to get to us as well. The hookah is good quality. Great atmosphere. I wish it were a bit closer to MD! If you have a large party and you're not anti smoking I'd suggest sitting in the lounge area. More...
Great food, drinks and service. Can't beat it.
Is nice place
Had a wonderful time last night with my son at Mazagan. He ordered the mussels tagine and octopus amuse bouche appetizers and I had the bastille phylo dough filled with chicken and crushed almonds, as well as, the tuna tartar with capers. Server was very attentive despite the busy atmosphere. Had a great time! More...
t took my wife and my son ,was the first time, the service was nice ,the food was great i enjoy my diner.. ill go back again ,,,,,,,,, from cameron seafood maryland
To say the food was good is an understatement. Flavors were combine to provide a meal that you will not easily forget.We had their mussel tagine as an appetizer and my wife got their Bastilla with was to die for and I got their Bronzino tagine which I planned to save half for lunch today, but was so delicious I just dig into it and did not stop until I got the last piece of vegetables from the dish.Highly recommended for foodies.
Authentic Mediterranean cuisine, amazing service and must of all; Great Food! Must Try!
I was lucky enough to Catch lunch at this wonderful place. On short weekend in the DMV. Having lived in the NOVA area. This is definitely one of the few gems that we were missing. I have ordered a kafta over eggs tagine. The portion was generous. The flavor was there. I am definitely coming back on my next visit to the DC area. I would love if we had this kind of restaurant in the Memphis TN area. Keep up the good work. Moroccan gastronomy at its bests. Also love the lounge atmosphere. More...
The place was super friendly environment from the hostess, server, and bus boy. Atmosphere was great! The music decor added to the environment we were looking for. Food was delicious and Authentic Moroccan. Coming back here more often. They ran out of the Moroccan pastries but ended with traditional tea to seal the experience. More...
Restaurant delicious and impressive. Authentic very high level.
Had a chance to visit this place during restaurant week with a friend. Before he arrived I had a few drinks at the bar and loved the space in there. There is also an enclosed hookah area which is awesome so people in the restaurant don't have to smell the smoke. Under the cold mezze I reccomend the Bakoula , Chakchouka or Zaâlouk. My friend had the Mussels Tagine and absolutely loved it. For the entree I tried the Chef’s Experience which had kefta, grilled chicken and lamb Kabob. The baklava was also amazing for dessert. I would definitely visit again! More...
Living across the street, we have anticipated the arrival of Mazagan since we first noticed their tantalizing sign on the window months ago. After our first happy hour visit, I am happy to report they didn't disappoint! The restaurant is beautifully designed inside with lots of windows and a couple of nice TV's behind the bar. We arrived just after 4:30 and even though happy hour doesn't till 5, the bartender gladly offered the HH menu immediately after sitting. All drafts were $3 and a couple of Sam Adams Summer Ales served up in frozen glasses immediately hit the spot. The Taste of the Middle East and Kefta Kabob, both $7 each, were excellent and very filling. They have Moroccan chicken and egg Bastille pies, which we plan to try next visit. The only error (very surprising since they have only have open 2 weeks), was the description on the menu for the Kefta Kabob didn't match what came out. We both really liked what came out (menu said it comes on a bed of hummus; instead came with rice, missed grilled peppers and onions, and olives). Pro Tip: park across the street in the garage of the Halstead apartment building for free after 6 PM and all weekend. More...
I would rate this a 4.5 stars. Definitely a swanky place for the Pike and great addition. Love the decor. And they have a separate hookah room for after 9pm that I can't wait to check out! They have a really nice happy hour with $3 drafts and $5 wine and lite bits from $3-7. Looking forward to coming back for dinner. The chef is super nice and chatted with us about some questions we had. I recommend checking out this new spot. More...
The cocktails are spot on and the tagine was amazing! The decor is classy but warm and inviting.
Mazagan really is trying to up the ante of classy ethnic restaurants in the Columbia Pike corridor, With a fabulously unique interior. The food (and most of the wait staff) hails straight from Morocco with special delights like tagines, succulent lamb, and perfectly prepared kabobs. They even have a Ramadan Iftar menu for this'd needing to break the fast. The drinks, while expertly prepared, are pretty small, and a bit spendy... More...
The food was wonderfully prepared, the service was satisfactory and the price was appropriate. Recommended dishes: Bastilla, Chakshouka, Zaâlouk, Beef Tajine, Mint tea.Moroccan is one of my favorite cuisines. While I've never traveled to Morocco, I've been to over two dozen Moroccan restaurants.The ambiance: If you’re looking for a cultural experience this is not the place. The clean, modern, spacious design was much more befitting of a swanky D.C. cocktail lounge than a Moroccan restaurant. The front of the menu boasts "Cuisine Cocktails Culture" and yet I didn't feel like I was experiencing much culture save for the music, which halfway through changed from the type of music I've experienced in many other southern and western Mediterranean restaurants to something more akin to a cocktail lounge. It was as if the owners couldn't decide what type of experience they wanted to provide their customers. If they're goal is a fusion experience, I don't think they're doing a very good job of meshing the two.The food: I ordered the Trio appetizer 8.95, the Bastilla 8.95, the Beef Tajine 19.95., and the baklava. The bastilla was smaller than others that I've had elsewhere but was well prepared. The dough was crispy and flaky without a significant amount of butter. It was presented perfectly with the classic decoration of powdered sugar and the pattern of cinnamon. The chicken stuffing inside was fully warmed through and seasoned wonderfully. This dish is one of my favorite as it is a fine expression of the balance of sweet and savory that defines Moroccan cuisine and this bastilla did not disappoint. The trio appetizer is not the trio d' aubergine that is listed on the online menu instead it is a combination of the Bakoula, the Chakchouka, and the Zaâlouk. The chakchouka was quite different from other chakchoukas (shakshuka) I've had, as it was served cold and with no eggs. It was my favorite of the three with wonderful seasonings and a delicious big pepper flavors. The Bakoula was very oily and musty, but was still quite a treat. The Zaalouk was delicious; how can you go wrong with wood grilled eggplant? The beef tagine was very simple and yet elegantly spiced. The aromas of tomatoes and slow cooked beef were perceptible as the waiter was just leaving the kitchen with our dish and I knew I was in for a treat. The beef was as tender as it gets and the gravy was thick and boldly flavored with many complex layers of spices and herbs. The baklava was thin and simple. Baklava, being one of my favorite deserts is something I look forward to at Middle Eastern restaurants. I enjoy the different subtleties of lebanese, turkish, and israeli baklavas. This baklava was uninspiring and I won't order it again. The walnuts were raw, there was not enough honey, and there was no 'secret' ingredients like orange blossom water, cloves, or rose water that are often found in many other baklavas. Two plates of olives and two bowls of bread were complimentary and provided without request. The mint tea that I ordered with desert was not overly sweet. It was made with fresh mint and could be ordered to your preferred level of sweet.The service: The waiter was prompt and attentive. Unfortunately he spoke very quickly with a thick accent so it's a good thing I knew enough about the cuisine because I couldn't understand him very well. His hygiene could use some improvement. He had terrible halitosis, dirty fingernails, and despite the fact that I were eating dinner at 4:30 his uniform was already quite soiled. More...