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Wood Tavern

2531 NW Second Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
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  • Sun 3pm-9pm, Tue-Sat 5pm-3am

Long before Wynwood morphed into a psychedelic version of Disney World, there was Wood Tavern. This no-frills beer hall is hip, cheap, and casual. Wood has expertly tapped into a clientele of artists, creatives, musicians, bartenders, and their groupies by supplying a casual atmosphere that perfectly suits its laid-back-and-local ethos. From 30-percent-off drink specials to DJs and live performances, the Wood is a destination watering hole that somehow remains authentic in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood that's constantly under threat of death by cliché.

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