Out on the Town
If you're invited to someone's home, do not enter until invited to do so. In more traditional homes you’ll be expected to leave your shoes at the door. Greet the assembled company in turn, starting with the person on your right. Moroccan hospitality can be extremely generous. It's not unusual to have two main meat dishes. For all food served in a communal dish and meant to be eaten by hand, be sure to use only your right hand. It's customary to socialize before the meal rather than afterward, so food is not served upon guests' arrival, and it's acceptable to leave shortly after tea at the end of the meal.