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Wood Tavern Reopening Backyard "Woohoo!!! Tonight!!!" With Free Tacos and Open Bar

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Hell yeah.

A week after being closed by order of the City of Miami Department of Fire-Rescue, everyone's favorite outdoor Wynwood hangout, the backyard at Wood Tavern, is serving up cold beer and good vibes again.

As owner Cesar Morales hollered via Facebook: "WOOOOHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! We are opening the back tonight!!!"

See also:

-Wood Tavern's Grand Opening Party: Cute Waitresses, Cheap Booze, Good Barbecue

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

-Wood Tavern: "We Are Trying to Reopen the Backyard"

There is a caveat, though. "All we can say," Morales mentions, "is that we are under a microscope and capacity is limited.

So his advice: "Get here early. And if we can't let you please don't be mad at us."

But for everyone who doesn't try to pull Miami Time-style shenanigans, there will be complimentary eats and gratis drinks in celebration of Wood's backyard.

"Thanks for the patience and overwhelming support. To give back, free tacos and open liquor bar (house brands only) from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

"You guys are the best seriously. Love you."

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