Dinnertime is so integral to every trip.  Food is such an expression of a locality’s character, how could it be anything else but integral?

Some destinations of course focus on native cuisine, while some import tastes or benefit from a strong immigrant community.

Miamis melting pot extends to its kitchens, but Tap Tap is an unusual outpost – a Haitian themed restaurant.

So why does it stand out above other restaurants on our travels for a dinnertime-themed blog?  Not the food, although it was perfectly nice – Haitian goat stew in particular.

This was all about us colour.  From the house band fronted by the former Mayor of Port-au-Prince, to the vibrant tables and walls, to hallways with incredible representation of voodoo culture, this is a feast – but one for more than just the sense of taste.

   
  
  

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