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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Moroccan Nights Restaurant Review: Red carpets, fabric-covered walls, brass knickknacks and other North African imports help to create an exotic and sweetly charming ambience in this 70-seat restaurant. Belly-dancing adds to the atmosphere, as do waiters garbed in bright, traditional colors who pour tea with amazing marksmanship from high in the air into little glasses on a tray below. The food, though, is the real ticket here. Whether covering familiar territory, like couscous and kebabs, or less-known dishes like a ragoût of Cornish hen and almonds baked in an earthenware tagine, the menu translates into clean, potently seasoned flavors that are worlds apart from everyday dinner fare. If you dare, sample the neon-hued house cocktail, a mixture of arak (licorice-flavored liqueur) and five other potent alcohols.