Well into her second year at the helm of Casablanca, Ruth-Anne Adams continues to be inspired by the Mediterranean concept. Enthusiasm is priceless, and Ruth-Anne still has a twinkle in her eye when she showcases six dishes from her new menu. When Casablanca first opened in 1955, it fast became a beloved, if culinarily unambitious, American joint. After falling victim to urban renewal in 1990, it was resurrected by a team of investors led by Sari Abul-Jubein in 1991, this time with a menu including North African influences. Since then, the food has taken center stage at Casablanca, with award-winning presentations of sophisticated Mediterranean fare.