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Workshop - How to open and manage a restaurant - 2/14/18 - Boston, Mass

The Haitian American Business Expo, Inc. / U.S. Haitian Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is pleased to partner with the Mayor's Office of Economic Development Boston to host this workshop on how to open and manage a restaurant. Please join us on Monday, February 26th at the Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library.

Workshop Overview:
A panel of experts will walk you through a crash course in opening and managing a restaurant. This class will help you explore the different things to consider, from choosing the right location and finding financing, to selecting the right name and marketing your business.

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Moulin Sur Mer Resort

Moulin Sur Mer

Moulin Sur Mer Resort is a magnificent colonial style beach resort in a large sprawling property located in Montrouis-- one of the best beach tourism destinations in Haiti. The resort is situated by the side of a vast beach along the clear turquoise waters of La Cote des Arcadins. It offers 68 comfortable rooms with superb views, decorated in Haitian art and crafts, modern bathrooms, wardrobe, safe deposit box, free Wi-Fi, well groomed gardens, sandy beach coves, water fountain, children playground, enormous outdoor swimming pool, bars and restaurant.

The restaurant serves local and international cuisine all along the day. Some of the rooms are equipped with television and mini-bar. The sunset over a nice sand beach is really awesome. You can experience free Kayaks ride offered by the resort and enjoy the ride all up and down the coast for a couple hours. If you want to explore beautiful coral reefs, relax, the management hires cool scuba diving equipments to its guests. There is a museum in the area that worth a visit.

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Ministry of Tourism Budgets for Tourist Police in Haiti

Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin, Haiti's Minister of Tourism, has been promoting Haiti as a popular tourist destination in the U.S. and Canada lately. Now in another effort to make Haiti a comfortable travel destination, she is proposing a Tourist Police force to monitor streets and sidewalks, adjacent to restaurants, hotels, and other tourist spots in Haiti. Recently, she held meetings with airport o¬fficials to deploy an escort service to deliver travelers from the airport to the front steps of their hotels.

Villedrouin wants the Tourist Police to keep panhandlers at bay, when tourists are visiting any tourist spot. Why she asks, should tourists be asked to subsidize our homeless on Haiti's streets? The begging for money has got to stop, she insists.

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Tipping is a Cultural practice

Tipping is a customary practice in most countries. The restaurant industry has set a range of percentages they feel are correct for tipping whether you in the U.S., Canada and why not in Haiti . For satisfactory service it is 15% of the sum of the bill. Above that means service was good to exceptional, up to 20%. Up to 25% indicates service was excellent.

If a wine steward has chosen you a wine that has made your dining experience enjoyable, either tip them directly or add it to the server's tip.

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