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City of Miami Cracking Down in Wynwood, Strictly Enforcing 3 A.M. Last Call

If you've gone out to Gramps, Electric Pickle, Bardot, or any other bars in Wynwood lately, you may have noticed your night ending earlier than usual.



Well, if so, you've got Section 4-3 of the City of Miami's Code of Ordinances to thank.



The ordinance states that "no vendor of alcoholic beverages on the licensed premises shall serve, offer to sell, or allow to be consumed or deliver any alcoholic beverages to any person except during weekdays, including Saturday from 7 a.m.-3 a.m. on the following day, and Sunday from noon-3 a.m. on the following day."



See also:

-Electric Pickle Closed for Labor Day Weekend by Fire Department

-Electric Pickle Closed for at Least Two Weeks Due to Renovations

-Wood Tavern's Backyard Closed: "Fire Inspector Told Us That We Could NOT Open"

-Wood Tavern Reopening Backyard "Woohoo!!!" After Weeklong Closure


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Laurie Charles
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