PHOTO: Popular Florida party spot raises age limit to curb spring breakers

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While coronavirus cases continue to decrease across the nation, one Florida bar is changing its rules during the spring break season.

The Wharf in Fort Lauderdale posted an announcement on its official Instagram page that it will only serve out-of-state customers who are 23 years old and up through the end of March.

“During Spring Break season #WharfFTL will be 23+ for all guests with out-of-state ID 😄 #KnotWorking 👉General Admission & walk-ups are welcome💙 however, we will be operating at reduced capacity. For guaranteed admission, please reserve a table by visiting us at wharfftl.com, calling us at (954) 372-7606 or emailing hello@wharfftl.com.😷 Masks must be worn at all times while walking through common areas and when not eating or drinking," the caption reads.

According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, college students flooded the beaches this week, but The Wharf had a socially distanced crowd.

Back in November, The Wharf immediately had to shut its doors after being packed with maskless crowds at its official reopening.