Weekly Top 6 Things to do In Greenville
Habiba’s Restaurant offers an upscale Greenville Belly Dancing complete with a unique,romantic middle eastern atmosphere.
- Monday: DJ @ 10:30pm til 2am (Drink Specials)
- Tuesday: Two for Tuesday – Get two dinner entrees and drinks and get single appetizer free
- Wednesday: French Speaking Classes @ 5:30pm (free admission)
- Thursday: DJ @ 10:30pm til 2am with Live Drummer (Drink Specials)
- Friday: $3 Fireball Drinks
- Saturday: Belly Dancing Show
Get inside for a truly unique experience Saturday Night and enjoy our middle eastern cuisine, drinks and atmosphere. Our background in cuisine and belly dancing makes Habiba’s a unique place for friends and hangouts.
What’s Belly Dancing?
Many experts say belly dancing is the oldest form of dance, having roots in all ancient cultures from the orient to India to the mid-East. Probably the greatest misconception about belly dancing is that it is intended to entertain men.
Belly dancing costumes are often colorful, flowing garments, accented with flowing scarves and veils. Finger cymbals (made of brass and known as zills) are common, dating back to 200 B. C. as well as exotic jewelry, including intricate belts made of coins that, in earlier days, comprised the family’s wealth so that it might be portable in the event the woman needed to move quickly or flee.
Since the turn of the century, belly dancing has grown enormously in popularity across the U. S. and worldwide. Belly dance festivals, workshops, and seminars take place constantly, attracting large audiences of interested, involved men and women. Many dancers now study the art form intensively, traveling to the mid-East and elsewhere to experience it where it originated.