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The baladi bars are the dive bars of Cairo. They were once glamorous cabaret clubs; now they're run-down and seedy and far from bustling. Even so, they are the only place you can drink a beer outside of an expensive hotel or restaurant.
Baladi means native or folk in Arabic. If you're a working-class Cairene and you want something more fortifying than a coffee and shisha but can't afford to go to a five-star hotel, then the baladi bars are for you.
Cairo was a big party town in the s and 50s, and the downtown baladi bars were packed with an international bohemian crowd. This started to change after the ousting of King Farouk during the Egyptian Revolution of and the nationalisation of many businesses by the new president, Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Downtown Cairo, which was modeled on Paris and built in the late 19th century, has slowly crumbled. The bars have also been hit hard by the rise, since the 70s, of conservative Islam.
It has become very hard for the owners to renew their liquor licenses or transfer them to new owners, and most Cairenes view them as being centres of prostitution and drug taking. They're disreputable places to go, and they have a furtive air about them — which you'll really notice when you pull out a camera and try to take some pictures.