Located at 1516 Broadway, Berber takes up 4,000 square feet with multiple settings. There’s the main dining room and performance venue, the Souk Room, with a hoop hanging from the ceiling and cabaret-style seating.
“An all-white belies the dark interior where an open dining hall awaits to envelop you into its mystical ambiance with glowing basket lanterns, stone-colored walls, and a seductive bar backed by a painting of a camel. Trendy African-Arabian lounge music drifts through the air, creating an otherworldly sense of cool in a neighborhood that’s never seen anything else quite like it; at the back of the restaurant, you’ll find a few cozy nooks with family style round-table booths surrounded by a cave-like wall. If you’re here on a regular week night just seeking a few delicious shared plates, your journey ends here.”