Harvard Square’s Club Casablanca closes for good ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew J. Lee/ Globe Staff Jason Abul-Jubein, a bartender and son of owner Sari Abul-Jubein, toasted the Casablanca restaurant, which is closing after more than four decades. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Casablanca was a landmark Harvard Square restaurant and a home away from home for a Bohemian assortment of professors, artists, writers. The Boston Globe/file 1987 Sari Abul-Jubein began working at Casablanca in 1971 as a part-time waiter only to buy the place five years later. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff “It’s been a very difficult year,” said Abul-Jubein, “with a lot of ups and downs.” Dina Rudick/Globe Staff The building’s owner plans to offer the famous murals to the Brattle Theatre at no charge. Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff A group that included local restaurateurs has applied to take over the Casablanca’s liquor license. John Bohn / Globe Staff Now there will no more sipping martinis under the watchful gaze of Bogey, painted on the wall facing the bar. No more whispering, “We’ll always have Paris."