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Voodoo Queen Daiquiri Dive Is Just About Ready to Return

After a fire shut it down last year, the tiki-themed dive is making a comeback

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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

After closing its doors for a revamp, tiki-themed bar Voodoo Queen is just about ready to reintroduce itself to Houston drinkers.

A post to the now-shuttered bar’s Facebook page announces that Voodoo Queen is “close” to opening its doors again. Opened in 2013, the divey Second Ward bar shut down in September of last year after a fire caused extensive damage to the building. Originally, the plan was to re-open sometime earlier this year, but delays in the cleaning and construction process pushed that back.

Check out the bar’s update below:

Ayeeeeee! We said spring, but if you know us, you know we never show up any where on time. That being said, we are REAL...

‎Posted by Voodoo Queen Daiquiri Dive on‎ חמישי 6 יולי 2017

For drinkers who are unfamiliar with the cheeky tiki bar, Voodoo Queen is a project from the minds behind Montrose pizza restaurant Love Buzz and Moon Tower Inn. From the beginning, Voodoo Queen’s owners have positioned it as a decidedly lowbrow alternative to some of Houston’s snootier drinking haunts. When the bar opened, owner Brandon Young said that it would serve “everything Anvil [Bar and Refuge] and Pastry War do not.”

Stay tuned for more updates on when Voodoo Queen will officially make its return.