Not only is Le Jardin one of the few Haitian restaurants open until midnight, but they make really good food too. They do an excellent version of griot with just enough of a kick you may think twice before dipping it into the pikliz, along with an excellent legim with perfectly cooked white rice and a sòs pwa seasoned with cloves. The food shouldn’t take much longer than 15 minutes if you’re doing to-go, but there are a few tables where you can sit and throw back some beers while you wait (if those tables aren't already taken by regulars doing the same). 

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