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Tap Tap Tonight Hosts Manno Charlemagne to Raise Money for Haiti Earthquake

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Tap (819 Fifth St., Miami Beach), Short Order's favorite South Beach Haitian joint, is raising funds for earthquake relief on the island. The money will go to Partners in Health, an organization that offers free health

care to the poor.

Manno Charlemagne & the Tap Tap Band will kick off the effort at 8 tonight. We'll update this post once we find out the price.

While you are there, try some of the delightful goat stew, the legume -- a tasty veggie mix -- or the goat bits. And the drinks with Barbancourt rum rock.

You can also donate directly to Partners in Health through its website.

Men anpil chay pa lou! (Many hands make the load lighter.) -- Haitian proverb

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