The Flora-Bama, the popular outdoor bar straddling the Florida-Alabama border, reopened Tuesday — a week after the establishment sustained damage from Hurricane Sally.
The Flora-Bama in Pensacola, just a few feet away from the Alabama border, posted a photo on its Facebook page showing rising waters outside the establishment. The bar also suffered damage to the interior.
Sally pounded the Gulf Coast as a Category 2 hurricane, making landfall Sept. 16 in Gulf Shores.
Less than a week after the hurricane pummeled the Gulf Coast, the Flora-Bama said it had reopened on Tuesday.
“We have some good news to share with everyone and there is more positive news on the horizon. After Hurricane Sally, the staff and community came together to help get Flora-Bama