Tattoos on the Jemaa-el-Fna. Cristina Silvente. The audience is mostly Moroccan; This is not just a show for tourists, but an experience that allows to witness a part of city life that has changed little since medieval times. Are advised to wear loose change because that artists expect a few dirhams plus applause. Some of the artists also leave the audience to participate in their performances, while others tend to pose for photographs (usually pay a small fee for both). Jemaa-el-Fna is surrounded by cafes and restaurants to escape the hustle and relax with a mint tea, coffee or a light lunch. Café Argana Café Café de France and Glacier are three cafeterias with tables on the terrace and wonderful views, although they are slightly more expensive than other establishments of this kind in the city.