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This is a very basic bar. A favourite of writers such as Jack Kerouac back in the day, it is cashing in on the connection without actually offering any other reason for visiting.
They didn't sell wine the evening we visited. Drinks were relatively cheap,...More
I had visited the Tanger Inn several times over the years, but not recently, so on a couple of Tangier stopovers I decided to re-acquaint myself with the famous haunt of the 1950's American Beatnik writers.
The bar is only open from 10 pm until...More
The Tanger Inn is one of Tangier's best kept secrets, historically it was the haunt of 1950's American beatnik writers, Jack Kerouac, Allan Ginsberg, William Burroughs and others of that adventurous post-war generation, and although it has gone upmarket in more recent years, the pub's...More
A great little bar but as it's on the small side & smoking is permitted inside then it can get very smoky quiet quickly.
Only bottle beer & spirits on offer, €3 for a small bottle but Tangiers is not the place if you are...More
The best bar I have been in Tangier,good music great staff and very well located in the heart of Tangier...
El mejor bar en el que he estado en Tánger,buena música,excelente staff y muy buen situado, en el corazón de la ciudad,detrás del boulevard.
Hidden away on a dingy Street, lives a piece of history where naked lunch was written after Williams Burroughs shot his wife and began residing in Tangier. The bar serves excellent drinks and their are quotes from the beat authors on the walls with some...More
Decided to check out this place with a very rich and famous past. As I read here on TA, it has been completely remodeled and modernized. I suspect it is nothing like the old and famous Tanjerinn, time is changing folks! Small with new decor,...More
In the shadow of the El-Muniria Hotel (where Burroughs resided back in the day) is this little bar, which (quite obviously) has changed as much, over the years, as the city itself. The Tangerinn looks to have been renovated within the past couple of years...More