Tap Tap Screens The Quake for Free Today and Tomorrow
Tonight and tomorrow at Tap Tap, the public is invited to a free screening of a Frontline documentary called The Quake, which examines the crippling magnitude of the disaster and the ineptitude shown in dealing with it by relief agencies.
You might need a drink.
Luckily, Tap Tap's full-service bar offers a strong and satisfying version of the South Beach requisite mojito. But if you're looking for something less minty, try the natif, a sweet and tangy blend of Barbancourt rum, lime, and sugar.
Tap Tap runs a weekday happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m., with half-off prices on Barbancourt drinks, so get there early and have a few to brace yourself against the viciousness of reality.